[A man's voice]
More often a novel
What's word's owning is worth fighting for
whether it be life, love or the pursuit of happiness
mom's apple-pie
or even something as basic as sex
and don't go knocking it
that three-letter-word makes a mockery
of the four-letter-onces that tries to cheaping it
It's a wonderful game for people of all ages
and even for losers it's worth a try
That's good morning and good bye

[Buck 65]
They sit in your section
they think you gentle and nice
you bring glasses of water
with lentils and rice
Old-fashioned outfits
That also appears
their ? are greater
when you don't wear brasires
They give you their orders
and watch when you write them
wishing that you
could be dammed and you aight them
They wanna be breast-fed
the day you get work off
if you in their thoughts
they walk home and then jerk off
You look like a model
so young and attractive
the regular customers
the old and the crappy
The food is here rotten
but the service is stellar
I know that I love her
and I wish I could tell her
But they don't know your name
cause you don't really care
as long as they tip you
and stay in their chair
They swallow their tongues
in a venom, dirty wipers
if you tell them a lie
and changes the dirty diapers

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    General CommentIt should be "More often than not, what's worth owning is worth fighting for."
    ListenHearon November 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAND it also appears that their GRATUITIES are greater. theres also a lot more wrong. little tings here and there. crappy is decrepit, you aight them is unite them, if you in their thoughts is WITH you in their thoughts, dirty wipers is 30 vipers, the food HERE IS rotten.
    ListenHearon November 11, 2008   Link
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    General Commentactually its "wishing that you, could be their menu item". if you're going to criticize peoples lyric interpreting, get it right yourself.
    Alex321on April 10, 2009   Link

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