Sitted in a court of law
One lawyer argued gazing at the floor
The sacrifice sat dressed in a suit
Watched as they stepped on his foot.
Many a negro did clear the tray
The slave had no say
Describing his wealth, hand on a trigger
White master owned sixty houses and ninety niggers.
Shall the rich always rule the poor
Put a lock on the door
Ambitious bastards deceiving poor whites
Keep them from seeing the light
From standing by their black brothers to fight