Lett å være rebell i kjellerleiligheten din
KarPe Lyrics


Apekatter i min blokk og Abu Bakr i min cockpit?
(Er det dette skattepenga mine går til?)
Ankerbarna dine kom, så mokkamenn kan vinne i lotteri?
(Er det dette skattepenga mine går til?)
De sa de kom fra fattigdom, men hadde råd til båt hit
(Er det dette skattepenga mine går til?)
Hunder født i staller er'ke hester eller gårsdyr
(Er det dette skattepenga mine går til?)
Dere er alle av samme ulla
(Alle skal bli knulla)
Mulla, mulla, mulla, mulla, mulla
Dere er alle av samme ulla
(Alle skal bli knulla)
Mulla, mulla, mulla, mulla, mulla

Om du visste hva jeg ville gi for å bli som deg
Bli som deg, baba, bli som deg
Om du visste hva jeg ville gi for å bli som deg, din feiging
Og det er så lett å være rebell i kjellerleiligheten din
Det er så lett å være rebell i kjellerleiligheten din
Det er så lett å være rebell i kjellerleiligheten din, din feiging

Jeg skiter i om du er Tshawe eller Vinz eller Nico
(Er det du som skal med dattera mi på kino?)
Du er kanskje kul i dag, men hun gifter seg med Kygo
(Er det du som skal med dattera mi på kino?)
Har du hijaben i baksetet, skal hun bli muslim nå?
(Er det du som skal med dattera mi på kino?)
Jeg er ikke rasist, men skal liksom liksom-passet ditt bety noe?
(Er det du som skal med dattera mi på kino?)
Plukker frukt i våre haver
(Du blir aldri skandinaver)
NAVer, NAVer, NAVer, NAVer, NAVer
Plukker frukt i våre haver
(Du blir aldri skandinaver)
NAVer, NAVer, NAVer, NAVer, NAVer

Om du visste hva jeg ville gi for å bli som deg
Bli som deg, baba, bli som deg
Om du visste hva jeg ville gi for å bli som deg, din feiging
Og det er så lett å være rebell i kjellerleiligheten din
Det er så lett å være rebell i kjellerleiligheten din
Det er så lett å være rebell i kjellerleiligheten din, din feiging

Gutta mine bare: «fuck, fy faen, fy søren
Hvem passer på purken, hvem klipper frisøren?»
Stiller provoserte spørsmål, kvasi-smarte
Drikker Nikka, røyker noe som gjør de asiater
Til noen sier hver regjering trenger sin ape
Alle synes at det er et godt ordspill
For det betyr to ting
Og det er på en måte kravet for noe sånt, yeah
Anders, Anders, Anders Anundsen
Svartinga mine sa noen kloke ord:
«Karpe har åpna nok dører nå, på tide å lukke noen»
Hvis ikke Arif eller Kaveh eller asylbarna slipper inn
Hva faen skal du gjøre da, bror?
Si det til Anders, Anders, Anders Anundsen
Lett å være rebell i leiligheten din
Tett av skjelett i kjellerleiligheten min
Jeg kommer til å ende opp som deg feig
Oh lord, oh lord, kan du tilgi Lillelord
For å ville ha bil og båt nei
Oh lord, oh lord, kan du tilgi Lillelord
For å ville ha bil og båt nei

Denne teksten kommer fra Rap Genius Norge

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Chiraq Patel, Eirik Saga, Magdi Abdelmaguid, Martin Tjarnberg, Thomas Kongshavn, Tobias Jimson

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

thenarfer

ENGLISH EXPLANATION: The song was based on racist comments from online forums (see examples below). In a conform society like Norway, subtle racism has profound consequences for people trying to gain approval. When you have a non-native look or name, the road to approval and being seen as normal in the eyes of others can be long, as depicted by the "Paradis" rock-throwing game lighting up at the end of the video.

Being seen as normal in the eyes of others in an essential part of the video as the black eyes of the participants labels them unchangeably as different. The only resolve would be to hide your eyes, your looks, your clothes, your name and identity. The question remains: "Is looking, acting, dressing, etc. as a Norwegian the only way to be seen as a Norwegian?"

The insects in the video show how, in racist debate forums, immigrants are labeled as unworthy, leeching members of society. Though, in the video, we see the insects as struggling individuals in need of a helping hand.

The end of the video (slaughter house etc.) is a rant against the politicians and the public debate where words are politically correct and those with clever words set the agenda. There is also an appeal to not be a coward and go with the political norms, but instead open up the debate and speak truthfully about the issues, such as presented in this video.

In the last two phrases of the song he asks for forgiveness for wanting a car, a boat, essentially normal life goals for a Norwegian family. The problem being that wishing for these things are, by some, perceived as greed when you or your family has an immigration background.


Racist Online Comments as part of the lyrics:
"Monkeys in my apartment building and Abu Bakr in my cockpit? Is this what my tax money is going to?"
"Your anchor-children came here, so that mocca-men can follow and win the lottery. Is this what my tax money is going to?"
"They said they came from poverty, but they could afford a boat to come here. Is this what my tax money is going to?"
"Dogs born in stables are not horses or useful/domestic animals. Is this what my tax money is going to?"



All comments from YouTube:

Luis Mora

I have no idea why their saying but it sounds hella dope

magdavakt

@Retro Sans its about racism in norway

Epic Gamer

@Sofia hvis du ikje like d dra t ditt egent land

HansJB

This song is based on racist hate comments, they've gotten.

Kasper Ellingsen

ITS a song about rasism

Luscious Locks

Tommy Karlsen Tommy Karlsen my apologies as well for assuming so much about the song and Norway in general without knowing. You make good points all around about how the things I brought up should not be the biggest concerns, and I thank you for educating me on Norwegian society. Also thank you for the article :)

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thenarfer

ENGLISH EXPLANATION: The song was based on racist comments from online forums (see examples below). In a conform society like Norway, subtle racism has profound consequences for people trying to gain approval. When you have a non-native look or name, the road to approval and being seen as normal in the eyes of others can be long, as depicted by the "Paradis" rock-throwing game lighting up at the end of the video.

Being seen as normal in the eyes of others in an essential part of the video as the black eyes of the participants labels them unchangeably as different. The only resolve would be to hide your eyes, your looks, your clothes, your name and identity. The question remains: "Is looking, acting, dressing, etc. as a Norwegian the only way to be seen as a Norwegian?"

The insects in the video show how, in racist debate forums, immigrants are labeled as unworthy, leeching members of society. Though, in the video, we see the insects as struggling individuals in need of a helping hand.

The end of the video (slaughter house etc.) is a rant against the politicians and the public debate where words are politically correct and those with clever words set the agenda. There is also an appeal to not be a coward and go with the political norms, but instead open up the debate and speak truthfully about the issues, such as presented in this video.

In the last two phrases of the song he asks for forgiveness for wanting a car, a boat, essentially normal life goals for a Norwegian family. The problem being that wishing for these things are, by some, perceived as greed when you or your family has an immigration background.


Racist Online Comments as part of the lyrics:
"Monkeys in my apartment building and Abu Bakr in my cockpit? Is this what my tax money is going to?"
"Your anchor-children came here, so that mocca-men can follow and win the lottery. Is this what my tax money is going to?"
"They said they came from poverty, but they could afford a boat to come here. Is this what my tax money is going to?"
"Dogs born in stables are not horses or useful/domestic animals. Is this what my tax money is going to?"

Rҽρυʂ Aɱιɳ Pɾιɱυʂ

Good observation man. Only few people have keen eyes and see the world for what it is.

einsof

@The Norwaymaster ahagshawhah

Yuna Wolf

Thank you I really appreciate that you took your time to write this

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