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Do a didli didl dum didli dee

October 6, 2006

Now, if you are a throw back from the 1970’s eh-hum then you’ll have to sing along with me.

There he goes just a walkin down the street
singin doo a didli didli dum didli dee.
Wearing fancy epaulettes,
and waddling his feet,
smiling,” we’re achieving on race equality.”

It’s fine; it’s fine,
you won’t make me change my mind,
hey BALE BALE,
we achievin on race equality.
Doo a diddli didli dum didli dee.

SHAKIN HIS BUTT AT THE
NEW HOM SECRETARY,
AND DINING WID THE CRE,
MAKIN FALSE PROMISES ON DI-VER-SI -TY.
DOO A DIDLI DIDLI DUM DIDLI DEE.

Dis jobs mine,
all mine.
you won make me change my mind.
I got da BPA on ma side, Ha ha.
Doo a didli didli dum didli dee.

One year later he waddling down da street,
singin, I gonna be the new Chief,
I got Keith Vaz on ma side,
so you can kick my pride, innit.
Doo a didli didli dum didli dee.

Den years later Muslim youth begin a fight.
Now he don’t sing bout race equality.
Hiding him face as he walkin down da street, he cries,
Dis has happened because of me.
Now I see no race equality, MAN.

Crying, dis ain’t fine,
I must have lost my mind, CHA,
singin boo a didli didli dum didli dee.
Den a few laters he seen in da Caribbean,
sporting dreadlocks,
and smokin da spliff.

Singing I gonna change this crap i-eee.
With his chest spread proud he sings,
I is the first Chief with Dreadlocks.
Singing doo a didli didli dum didli dee.

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