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black is black is black

Black is black, is black, is black
Black is black, is black, is black

Judged by both my race and color
Don't you know we need
We're gonna move on up 
One by one 
We ain't gonna stop until the work 
Is done 
Am I black enuff, black enuff for ya 
Am I black black enuff for ya
would be all right
Where were you when they gave a warning
Hundred-fifty mile winds by morning
Category four making landfall in the wild gray light 
Where
Am I black enough for you
Am I black enough for you
Am I black enough for you
Am I black enough for you

We're gonna move on up
One by one
We
Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho! Ho!

I was standing by the river
Where the cold black water runs
I was standing by the river
Where the cold black
black is black is black

Black is black, is black, is black
Black is black, is black, is black

Judged by both my race and color
Don't you know we need
a ride
Don't know where we'll go but I got her by my side
I don't know where the wind might be blowin'
You keep me coming around

You wear tight black
with her beside me
Snuggle up by the fire on the river bed
Down where the black top ends

We've been pounding the pavement
And saving up enough for
Am I black enough for you
Am I black enough for you
Am I black enough for you
Am I black enough for you

We're gonna move on up
One by one
We
At the edge of the world
Where you were no one
Yet you were the girl
The only one
At the edge of the world
In the desert heat
One shivering
In the part of town
You don't wanna be found
Everybody knows better when the sun goes down
As the fog rolls in
You never know where you've been
Cross
oh oh

In my little black book
There's someone I used to know
Day by day time slips away
Where did our love go
In my little black book
You
and rasied in black and white
You chose the dark, I chase the light
We were born and raised in black and white
We were born and raised in black and white
were born and raised in black and white
I chose the dark, you chased the light
We were born and raised in black and white
We were born and raised in
oh oh

In my little black book
There's someone I used to know
Day by day time slips away
Where did our love go
In my little black book
You
Written by Skip Battin and Kim Fowley

I ran to tunnel of love
You were no longer sparking clean
Well my boat got stuck in the fog
Here I used to go
is in danger, I mean your black ass
I think it was a little too easy for you to forget that you were a negro before Malcolm
You drove your white girl
were born and raised in black and white
I chose the dark, you chased the light
We were born and raised in black and white
We were born and raised in
to call
Stood us up
And watched us fall
The way we were
And now outworn
Our costumes changed
To uniforms
Black black days
Here to stay
I walk down to the ocean
After waking from a nightmare
No moon, no pale reflection

Black mirror, black mirror
Shot by a security camera
You can't
On the counter 
By your keys 
Was a book of numbers 
And your remedies 
One of these 
Surely will screen out the sorrow 
But where are you tomorrow

I
nah nah.
The good guys dress in black, remember that
Just in case we ever face to face and make contact
The title held by me, MIB

Means what you think
years, there were no black cops
You couldn't even run, drive round the block
Recently police trained black cop
To stand on the corner, and take gunshot
Fortified and concealed
In layers of leaf-thin safety
Where the trails of burning gold
Cross upon the black uncharted

When all waters were one
Strange, strange days inside
My mind is daily changin
And it's charged by
The shifting tones of time flyin
Just in case you were wondering where