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Your Racist Friend  They Might Be Giants

Song: Your Racist Friend
Album: Flood
Intro: Em
Chorus:
This is w[G]here the p[C]arty e[D]nds. [C]I can't stand here l[D]istening
to y[G]ou [C] and your ra[D]cist fr[G]iend[D] [C] [D]
I know p[G]olitics b[C]ore y[D]ou,but [C]I feel like a h[D]ypocrite
talking to y[G]ou [C]- and your ra[D]cist fr[G]iend
Verse 1:
[Em]It was the loveliest party that I've ever attended
[Em]if anything was broken I'm sure it could be mended
[Em]my head can't tolerate this bobbing and pretending
[Em]listen to some bullet-head and the madness that he's saying
Chorus:
This is where the party ends I'll just sit here wondering
how you stand by your racist friend
I know politics bore you but I feel like a hypocrite
talking to you, you and your racist friend
Instrumental Bridge:
(Em for four bars)
D G A (x7) D
Chorus:
This is where the party ends
I can't sit here listening to you and your racist friend
I know politics bore you but I feel like a hypocrite
talking to you - and your racist friend
Verse 2:
Out from the kitchen to the bedroom to the hallway
your friend apologizes, he could see it my way
he let the contents of the bottle do the thinking
can't shake the devil's hand and say you're only kidding
Chorus:
This is w[G]here the p[C]arty e[D]nds. [C]I can't stand here l[D]istening
to y[G]ou [C] and your ra[D]cist fr[G]iend[D] [C] [D]
I know p[G]olitics b[C]ore y[D]ou, but [C]I feel like a h[D]ypocrite
talking to y[G]ou [C]- and your ra[D]cist fr[G]iend[C] [D]
[G]FIN!

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