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Stephen Colbert She Person Song

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Stephen Colbert sang a song titled
"She Person" to the ladies
by Nathan'ette Burdine: November 10, 2017
 


Stephen Colbert took the time to serenade the ladies with his smooth vocals. The title of his song is “She Person.”

Colbert told the audience, “Ladies of the world you got a raw deal, too many times your voices have been silenced. But I want to let you know that I hear you. Now be quiet while I explain you to you.”

The words ol’ Colbert used to explain the women folks to themselves were words like “lady, woman, vagina owner, lipstick, bangs, organ donor, piano teacher, pads with wings, Andy Cohen, tender goddess of the moon, shampoo I’m not suppose to use, spark plugs women use those too.”

Colbert ended the song by saying, “She person. I fixed it ladies. You’re welcome.” That’s what he decided to sing to the women folks.

Colbert there was inspired to write and sing this song to the ladies after hearing poor ol’ country music star Keith Urban’s attempt at letting the women folks know, “Hey, I hear you.”

During the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards, Urban sang his Harvey Weinstein inspired song titled “Female.”

The song had lyrics like “Virgin Mary, scarlet letter, fortune teller, Technicolor, holy water, river wild, baby girl, woman, child, female.” Ol’ Urban there do try. So he gets points for that.

But Lawd, Lawd, Lawd, Lawd, Lawd! He doesn’t need to sing that one again. The lyrics “Virgin Mary, scarlet letter, fortune teller, Technicolor, holy water, and river wild will make folks say, “What the hell?!”

The Virgin Mary refers to Jesus’ mama, not all mothers. The Scarlet Letter is a book written by Nathaniel Hawthorne with its plot centered on Hester Prynne and what the religious holy rollers have deemed a forbidden love between her and the town’s single pastor.

By all means, the book is one of the best literary examples of why the church and state need to be separated. Because whenever the church and state are married as one, the people’s natural and civil rights are thrown out the window.

Plus, a scarlet letter is something that can be applied to anybody. It’s a branding of a person who did wrong.

Y’all know, like how God branded Cain after he killed Able. Yeah, like that. The same applies to a fortune teller. Although women are a majority in the fortune teller business, being a woman is not a requirement to being a fortune teller. Men folks can be fortune tellers if they so please.

I don’t know what the hell technicolor was about. River Wild, like fortune teller and scarlet letter, can apply to the men folks as well.

Now, I’m not knocking ol’ Urban there for trying. I just think he could’ve used better lyrics to say what he was trying to say.

And I know, I know, I know there will be those of you who point out ol’ Colbert’ s lyrics like “vagina owner, lipstick, piano teacher, pads with wings, tender goddess of the moon, and shampoo I’m not suppose to use” and say these lyrics weren't any better.

It's true. Some of these lyrics are messed up. But hey, that’s the point ol’ Colbert there was trying to make.

When it comes to the women folks, men folks should just get out of the way.

Now, go on and check out the video of Stephen Colbert’s new song “She Person.”











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