The Black Seminole lyrics
The Black Seminole is a powerful figure in the African American community, a symbol of strength and resilience in the face of adversity. He is the embodiment of resilience and courage, pushing through the challenges of life with his head held high, his feet on the ground and his dreams in the sky. He is a leader, passionate about bringing equality to all and spreading love and truth. He is a source of inspiration and motivation, a reminder that we can overcome anything with sharp focus and determination.
- Copyright: Jacob Portrait, Jeremiah Raisen, Justin Raisen, Miles Parks McCollum, Patrick Wimberly
Sex symbol, the Black Seminole A sex symbol, the Black Seminole African Rambo with more ammo Can't be escaped, I'm on every channel
What's wrong, Mr. Man?
Your eyes are low
And your walking with both hands on your head
He's on a clean, clean high
Both feet upon the ground
But his head's way, way, way in the sky (Sky)
The Black Seminole, a head general
Distant connections, a large interval
A black man with mouths to feed
Embracing equality throughout greed
No time to joke around
The kid is now a man
And the silence is filled with remarkable sounds
I've seen in my dreams
Love is not a lie!
It just feels like a Tarantino movie scene
Who is the author of the song The Black Seminole?
The song The Black Seminole was written by Jacob Portrait, Jeremiah Raisen, Justin Raisen, Miles Parks McCollum, Patrick Wimberly.
- Who sings the song The Black Seminole?
The song The Black Seminole is performed by Lil Yachty.