The Spider Song Poem Written By Wade Lancaster Sep 2015
The Spider Song Poem
I saw a spider, climbing down the wall.
See her spin a web, it’s so beautiful.
Along comes the fly, and he lands inside.
See him fight for his life, but it’s a shame cause she’s going to dine on him tonight.
Sometimes I feel like that fly.
And the world is a web and the government, is the one who keeps sucking us dry.
And I am white, and that’s alright.
But the color of skin is the reason why we all want to fuss and fight.
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And I don’t understand why. Why You treat me the way that you do.
You say that you love me but you don’t mean it I can tell by your attitude.
I wish we could just get away, leave this planet earth behind I’m telling you one day.
It will drag you down, six foot deep.
So I took the holy water, from out of the toilet.
And made a cross for protection on my forehead.
What am I afraid of, why do I hide.
How can I escape this ugly, this ugly that dwells inside.
All because I saw a spider.
She was climbing down the wall
I seen her spin her web (oh god) it was so beautiful
Along comes Mr. Fly, and he lands inside.
I seen him fight for his life…
Oh! I seen him fight for his life…
But it’s a shame, yes it is a shame…
Cause she dined on him…