Way back B.O. (Before the New Pres, you know who), the Real Clinton sang about foregoing the 40 acres and mule and going straight for the Chocolate City. It was no dream. Banishment for the establishment, you know what I am saying?Amen.
You don't need the bullet when you got the ballot / Are you up for the downstroke, CC?
The Real Clinton spoke of a day when the Greatest of All Time,
Cassius ClayMuhammad Ali, would be in the White House and Miss Aretha Franklin would be the First Lady. Thirty-three years later (the lifetime of Christ, by the way), Ali was at the Capitol and Miss Aretha sang for the First Lady. It all makes sense. This is the way it was destined to be. Too bad Richard Pryor left for brighter pastures. You know he was smiling down on us.
January 22, 2009
long live the funk, indeed...
A must read, because funk ALWAYS gets it right.