This ain’t my country, this ain’t my soil
This ain’t my battle, and neither my toil.
But when they kill a man because of the color of his skin
I wonder in this country if justice will no longer win
We had barely stopped mourning, for those who lost their lives
Was the virus not enough to kill, that we took out guns and knives?
Did man not just succumb to his powerless unwilling state?
Was nature not enough, that we quickly turned to hate?
Although, this ain’t my country, and this ain’t my soil
Watching scenes of horror, still makes my blood boil
I might not be a victim today, but my color is not white
I pray we all see better days, for now it seems like a long dark night!