"Why Can't I Be Like All the Other Kids?" is a song by Token Black that featured in the Season Five episode, "Here Comes the Neighborhood".


Token Black sings this song about his feelings of isolation, due to the wealth disparity between him and the other children in South Park. While singing the song, he make an advertisement in Forbes magazine for more wealthy families to move to South Park, so he could have more relatable friends.


Why can't I be like all the other kids?
They all have three-bedroom homes
Broken trucks on their lawns
And cut-up hot dogs for lunch
It's not my fault my parents succeed so much
There's no one in town I can relate to
I play with autographed baseball bats
While everyone else just plays with sticks and pine cones
Has a boy ever felt so alone?
Well, who needs them anyway?
I won't pretend to be something I'm not
If I can't be poor, I've got to deal with what I've got
If I can't be like them what I need is more rich kids around
So I'm not the only one, and then I won't be so down
Please, God, send more rich kids to my town

Songs from Season Five
Edge of Seventeen | Funkytown | Happy Anniversary from Everyone at Bennigan's | Heat of the Moment | It's Butters! | On the Road Again | Shitty Shitty Fag Fag | Too Fat Polka | Why Can't I Be Like All the Other Kids?

See Also: List of Songs | List of Minor Characters from Season Five | Season Five

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