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    Patti SMITH @ rock'n'roll nigger @ 11 june 2007

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    Guy ROWART

    par Guy ROWART

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    Voici le dernier morceau du concert de Patti SMITH à *l'Ancienne Belgique* qui termine par *Rock'n'Roll Nigger* que vous pouvez retouver sur son 3 ième album de 1978 *EASTER* sorti 1 an après sa chute lors d'un concert aus States elles est tombée de 7 mètres de haut, à son
    7 ième morceau en 1977 voilà 30 ans déjà !!!!!!!

    Rock N Roll Nigger

    Baby was a black sheep. Baby was a whore.
    Baby got big and baby get bigger.
    Baby get something. Baby get more.
    Baby, baby, baby was a rock-and-roll nigger.
    Oh, look around you, all around you,
    riding on a copper wave.
    Do you like the world around you?
    Are you ready to behave?

    Outside of society, they're waitin' for me.
    Outside of society, that's where I want to be.

    (Lenny!)

    Baby was a black sheep. Baby was a whore.
    You know she got big. Well, she's gonna get bigger.
    Baby got a hand; got a finger on the trigger.
    Baby, baby, baby is a rock-and-roll nigger.

    Outside of society, that's where I want to be.
    Outside of society, they're waitin' for me.

    (those who have suffered, understand suffering,
    and thereby extend their hand
    the storm that brings harm
    also makes fertile
    blessed is the grass
    and herb and the true thorn and light)

    I was lost in a valley of pleasure.
    I was lost in the infinite sea.
    I was lost, and measure for measure,
    love spewed from the heart of me.
    I was lost, and the cost,
    and the cost didn't matter to me.
    I was lost, and the cost
    was to be outside society.

    Jimi Hendrix was a nigger.
    Jesus Christ and Grandma, too.
    Jackson Pollock was a nigger.
    Nigger, nigger, nigger, nigger,
    nigger, nigger, nigger.

    Outside of society, they're waitin' for me.
    Outside of society, if you're looking,
    that's where you'll find me.
    Outside of society, they're waitin' for me.
    Outside of society. (Repeat)