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After reading the poem called; MARCIA AT THE BAR, by Ernest L.
Thayer, it occurred to me that the lady had been put upon by an obvious
bios individual and I realized that perhaps someone should come to her
defense at least with equal zest.
I had followed the OJ Trial so closely that the above mentioned poem, offends me and so I submit a rebuttal in the form of a RAP song which just might set the record even. Here goes:
Title: Don't be blinded by his Fame.
If ya want to know about the O.J. case, well I've watched and I've
listened to the trial's slow pace.
So Ya best not ask all the people who's blind, by the fame of their hero, who's one of their kind.
And if your mind is open for truth and not fear, then ya gotta set aside all color and hear.
It's the evedence that counts and what is known, two lives are gone, as the pictures have shown.
Two victims of rage from O.J.'s hands, two people are dead because of this man.
and try as ya might, just try to explain, 'bout the blood in the bronco, and the forayer stain, Not to mention on the driveway too, on the socks, in the drain and on the gloves, one & two.
Eleven little cuts on the man's left hand, is telling you a story about a guilty man.
Now CAN'T ya see where the clues all lead?
Or are you still blinded by the black mans needd?
You just can't do it and you all know why, Because blood don't lie, not-matter HOW HARD IT TRY'S.
And O.J.'S letter, wrote right after the crime, should be enough confession for anyone's mind, Cause an innocent man with nothing to hide, would never run to Moma with a GUN at his side, and he sure wouldn't need to have ALL THAT CASH, just to take to his Moma on a slow chase dash, And if the COPS thought frame-up from the very get-go, they'd be the smartest damn cops in ALL OF METRO.
So if it's not clear now for all of you doubters, let me say it again, only this time louder;
O.J. IS GUILTY, BUT NOT BECAUSE HE'S BLACK, IT'S BECAUSE OF TWO
PEOPLE, WHO CAN NEVER COME BACK.
WHO CAN NEVER, NEVER, NEVER COME BACK!!!
Sung by: Bald Peen, (The Ol' Rapper!) Written 07/26/95. by James L. Rankin
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