Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Ebony and Ivory, 2009

So, my six-year-old is probably not all that familiar with the Paul McCartney-Stevie Wonder '80's duet "Ebony and Ivory." And maybe you're not either. If you're not, then...well...suck it. That means you're way younger than me.

M wrote a "song" that I found this morning on her father's desk. It is written on copy paper with yellow highlighter, otherwise I would have photographed it.

Without further ado, here's her opus:

"You are Black and I am Whiet
But sumtimes we wok together!
You are the baist
I am the Best
You are por and
I am rich"*

And there you have it. No idea where it came from or what it means.

*All spelling is hers.

1 comment:

  1. First, her spelling is improving a lot! Second, where is she getting her race relation information? And why is she still stuck on this "rich" thing??

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