UPDATE 3: I censored the name of the song (the missing word, of course, is Color) so people will stop stumbling on this entry while looking for the lyrics.
UPDATE 2: Due to the growing number of trolls commenting, I’ve decided to close down the comments. The US is in the middle of a race war, and this is what you idiots are getting angry about? Get a life.
UPDATE: So this entry is getting a lot of hits and a bunch of butthurt fans are whining that I don’t understand the real intention of the song and that “ching chang” actually means something in Chinese. Are you kidding me? The song clearly is referring to the “I Ching,” and besides, no one listening to the song would know what “ching chang” means, you morons.
I can’t help but notice these Behr ads for paint that prominently feature the song “C—- Is a Beautiful Thing.” It’s an anti-racism song, sure, but it’s got the following lyrics:
“Color is an I Ching chang/Fo’ sho’/Ding dang!”
Just to add insult to injury, Behr has an asian-looking woman with her baby on the screen right after that.
The song is not even that old, it’s from 1982. Why do we accept racism or sexism from cultural items because they’re supposed to be positive or beloved? They’re still racist or sexist. Positives don’t cancel out negatives. I guess the schmucks on the Left are sitting on their hands because they’re afraid of attacking an anti-racist message.