We have our book, our sacred text, and with its weight put knee to neck. We hear your wails, calls to protect, just do as told, be circumspect.
We are the way, the truth, the light, no room for doubt that white is right. Call us Bwana and we just might reserve lynching for ‘nother night.
We’re right as rain, deluge and flood, like God’s true son we have risen. Evolved beyond races of mud, ordered chaos, and now world run.
Hierarchy, the Rule of Kings, Patriarchy, of thee we sing. What is ordained we’re trumpeting, Law and Order our wall did bring.
We built great wall, feathered our nest, scoured the land, took all the best God could supply as in Him trust, we have no doubts our ways are just.
Their eyes ain’t blue, their hair’s not blond, their clipped English shows they’re not from our village green which is reason they’re beyond pale, deserve naught crumbs.
Justice and peace, justice and light, just us who are just in His sight. Just bow before, no need for fight, we know who’s wrong, we know we’re right.
So get in line, you of low caste, we are sublime and it’s our task to civilize through word and lash you human beasts we’ve freed at last.
Look at progress, we brought you up! We civilized with Jesus’ cup. We saved your souls, call us corrupt? And with freedom you now erupt?
Think Joshua will bring wall down? Weeping Rahab whose children sound a great wailing the whole world round? Well thank the Lord we’re safe and sound.
We’re safe and sound as we deflect what we have done with noose round neck as long ago in dark epoch, now racism is dead suspect.
Their claim that skin’s dividing line simply does not pass test of time, for we hold might as Right divine, and could destroy without trying.
Name of Justice fight our great might? Mighty arms spread spread blackest night. For our nation that mouthed all’s well told outcast ones to go to hell.
In twilight hour, tween dark and light, when twinkling stars retreat from fight, when rose of dawn displaces night, name of justice fight those with might.