I composed this little ditty this morning;  it is to be sung to the tune of, “What Do You Do With a Drunken Sailor?”

What do you do with

An Old White Man

What do you do with

An Old White Man

What do you do with

An Old White Man

Ear-lie in the morning!

 

Don’t show him movies

In the Daytime

Don’t show him movies

In the Nightime

Don’t show him movies

Ever, Never, ear-lie in the morning!

 

He’s a skunk and you know it’s true

He’s a skunk and you know it’s true

But the White stripe is all he knew

Ear-lie in the morning!

 

Isdris go run and hide

Chris another black tir—a—ride

Jada, Oscars you eschew

Ear-lie in the morning!

 

What do you do with

An Old White Man

What do you do with

An Old White Man

What do you with

An Old White Man

In the Academy?

 

Play rap music at the end

As you trash all of the policemen,

Actors scrape and bow and bend,

Lest the blacks you offend.

Ear-lie in the morning!

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