7 billion people in the world as of today
Asians, Africans, Europeans, we got it each and every way
What makes us different? The color of our skin or how we look?
Quit judging from the covers because we're all basically books
Each of our lives contain a different story, we share different pain
The agony, the defiance, the raining on our parade
Different uprisings, none of it is the same
But one common goal on our mind, we don't ever want to live in shame
We think we want money, we think we need the fame
All we really need is to make all the assumptions go away
They say Black people steal, and that Asians know karate
And maybe that mexicans deal, and Italians mob around like Gotti
Why can't we see, or are we all asian?
Eyes too small? Maybe we need to pay attention?
Racism got us blind, from centuries ago to this very day
People like MLK fought, but I guess this hatred is here to stay
The great man once had a dream, but I guess it's dead and gone away
Racism causes war, war just gives us debt
But who fought the wars? Oh yeah, the traumatized vets
How do we overcome racism, the world's greatest threat?
The solution seems so easy, but it's a 1 to 5000 bet
Here is my answer, and this might be the end
I'll make it simple, so that you can comprehend
One man's actions don't define another man
Simple and sweet, sure it may seem pretty cliche
But the greatest answers are the ones our guts tell us to say.
Believe in yourself, and believe in the people of the world
Whether they're black, white, a boy or girl
Like I said before, we're all the same
Go to the library, educate yourself to the game.