I'm Not Crazy (First Contact)
I'm Not Crazy (First Contact)

I'm Not Crazy (First Contact) Lyrics Meanings
by Black Thought

I'm Not Crazy (First Contact) Lyrics

Twenty-one pounds, twenty-one pounds, twenty-one pounds, twenty-one pounds, twenty-one pounds
So, when Columbus got here, he got off the boat and he
Said to the first people he saw: "Who are you?"
And the first people he saw said: "We're human beings"

They say the world keep turnin', California's burnin'
Who reignited the thirst for knowledge over the learnin'?
Oh wise and powerful, black scholar holdin' a sermon
The gods is proud of you with your sword raised in a turban
Columbus said: "Oh, Indians"
The return of the prodigal sire accountable
For makin' remarks, remarkable
I hear some artists withdrew and I was responsible
A vessel partial for sendin' that holy gospel through
Columbus is every descendant of the tribe of Europe that came
This is a mentality that came, the "Columbus Mentality" we name it
But in and about discovering this it's, you know almost like this is when the virus got here
We go to war when peaceful solution's impossible
A mountain is not to be confused with an obstacle
Anyway, when Columbus got here
And he didn't know what it meant to be a human being

Easy, stop fucking resisting, back up, back up
What the fuck, I'm standing right here
I'm not moving, I'm just standing still
Back up, back up
Love, patience, brotherhood and unity
We try and we try and we try, if they become a threat

Writer(s): Andy Attanasio, Deleno Matthews, John Trudell, Tarik Trotter
Copyright(s): Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind

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