What you need to know about ‘Safety Dance’ lyrics

In the video, a narrator explains that “every day, someone is killed and a child is hurt because of our government.”

In addition to its lyrics, the song is filled with other profanities and profanoid jokes that appear to have been lifted from some other racist music.

“I’m tired of being called a racist,” the narrator says, adding that “we’re not the only ones who are racist.”

The song also features an image of a white man being kicked in the head by an African-American woman.

In the same video, the narrator declares that “black lives matter.”

The lyrics are in keeping with the theme of Trump’s presidency, which has included the removal of protections for transgender people, the closure of schools in some states, and the expansion of hate crimes to include anyone who identifies as a minority.

In recent weeks, Trump has blamed violence on people who are undocumented and people of color for the rise in violence.

“They are the new enemies,” the president said in a radio interview with conservative talk radio host Steve Deace.

“You see what’s going on now?

This is not the first time.

It’s going to continue to happen,” Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity in an interview on February 6.