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Leonard Bernstein – Gee, Officer Krupke (Film) Lyrics | Genius Lyrics
Officer Krupke, you’re really a square;
This boy don’t need a judge
He needs a analysis’s care!
It’s just his neurosis that oughta be curbed
He’s psychologically disturbed

[RIFF]
I’m disturbed!

[ALL]
We’re disturbed, we’re disturbed
We’re the most disturbed
Like we’re psychologically disturbed

[SNOWBOY]
Hear ye, Her ye!
In the opinion of this court
This child is depraved
On account he ain’t had a normal home

[RIFF]
Hey, I’m depraved on account I’m deprived!

[SNOWBOY]
So take him to a headshrinker
You!

[ACTION]
Who me?

[RIFF]
My Daddy beats my Mommy
My Mommy clobbers me
My Grandpa is a Commie
My Grandma pushes tea
My sister wears a mustache
My brother wears a dress
Goodness Gracious, that’s why I’m a mess!

[ACTION]
Yes!
Officer Krupke, he shouldn’t be here
This boy don’t need a couch, he needs
A useful career
Society’s played him a terrible trick
And sociologically he’s sick!

[RIFF]
I am sick!

[ALL]
We are sick, we are sick
We are sick sick sick
Like we’re sociologically sick!

[ACTION]
In my opinion, this child does not need
To have his head shrunk at all
Juvenile delinquency is purely a
Social disease

[RIFF]
Hey, I got a social disease!

[ACTION]
So take him to a social worker!

[?]

[RIFF]
Dear kindly social worker
They tell me get a job
Like be a soda-jerker
Which means like be a slob
It’s not I’m anti-social
I’m only anti-work
Gloryosky, that’s why I’m a jerk!
diss 
24 days ago by bzoooty
Evening Will Come (MAY 2014)
Sueyeun Juliette Lee, Shock and Blah: Offensive Postures in “Conceptual” Poetry and the Traumatic Stuplime (with reference to Sianne Ngai)
po  insta  diss  race 
11 weeks ago by bzoooty
History of Chicago Public Schools | Chicago Reporter
1960

The African-American population in Chicago now makes up 25 percent of the city, but racial segregation is high, and much of the South and West sides have become densely populated, marginalized, low-income areas.

Chicago Schools Supt. Benjamin Willis uses portable buildings, commonly referred to as “Willis Wagons,” to relieve overcrowding in African-American schools rather than enrolling the students in largely white schools nearby, causing widespread protests.
diss  race 
11 weeks ago by bzoooty
dbqp: visualizing poetics
Geof Huth, Ron Silliman's favorite theorist of minimal/visual poetry
po  diss  saroyan 
july 2018 by bzoooty
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