Here’s the gluten-free cover of Lorde’s “Royals” you didn’t ask for
A lot of people are arguing over whether Lorde’s catchy “Royals” tune (you’ve heard it on the radio; trust me) is racist. Tsk, tsk. They’re foolishly distracted from the real issue: GLUTENISM. Thankfully, Australian singer Terry Mann rewrote the song for “anyone with fructose malabsorption, lactose intolerance, or celiac disease.” (This makes more sense when you realize Royals are a kind of Australian mallomar.)
I’ve never eaten white bread in the flesh
I cut my teeth on gluten-free from the health aisle
And I’m not proud of my distress
With a torn-up bowel
Constant food envy
Cuz every product’s got fructose, lactose, gluten in the fine print
This food, that food, even in the wine bin
We don’t dare
Cuz we got celiac in our veins
The whole thing’s worth a listen — even if you CAN eat Royals.
Here Is A Gluten Free Version of That Lorde Song, Because Royals Aren't Gluten Free, Huffington Post.
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