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Song Parodies -> "It was So Unreal"

Original Song Title:

"Bro' Got Nerves of Steel"

Original Performer:

West Side Gang

Parody Song Title:

"It was So Unreal"

Parody Written by:

Oofle McGoofle

The Lyrics

When will America get over race
This skin hatred and ill will
Gunnin’ instead of overcomin’
How our Negro blood does spill

When a boy can’t walk in peace
Without racial profiling
Armed with AZ Tea and Skittles
He was stalked, and heard screaming

It was so unreal

George Z did not have to react
Hunt his victim with a gat
Played cop ‘stead of N-Watch
Then got into a spat

Young Tray was not the enemy
For what reason was he killed-
Wore a hoodie in the rain one night
Black- perceived a criminal

It was so unreal

Now you know how Black folks feel
All-white jury made us ill
Case was a damn disgrace
Verdict was worse still…

So unreal
So unreal
So unreal
It was so unreal

Wake up White People!!!

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