Casual Discrimination

by Rory Nellis

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Here’s a song about racism and discrimination, featuring me on mouth trumpet. It is track 3 from my forthcoming album, There Are Enough Songs In The World.

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Lyrics:

This is my piece of dirt,
I was born on to it,
How dare you come stand on it too,
I can't deal with the change.

You may say 'God forgive me',
but I'm not sure that he will,
All men are born equal you see,
And all the women as well.

Casual discrimination,
Casual sectarianism,
Flag it up, this casual racism.

I hear colour's important,
Of your cloth or of your skin,
I have pondered, debated and mused,
And I'm not sure I agree.

We should help our own first,
What's this actually mean,
I don't think I trust patriots,
Or their priorities.

credits

released February 6, 2017
Guitar, vocals, tambourine and mouth trumpet - Rory Nellis
Piano - Phil d'Alton

Recorded and mixed by Phil d'Alton
Mastered by Fergal Davis
Artwork by Michael Eaton

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Rory Nellis Belfast, UK

NEW ALBUM OUT NOVEMBER 2017

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