my client dresses to appeal your honor
equipped with an abundance of insecure grins and facial accessories
it flusters me to comprehend why representation is so necessary
your honor my client has everything
own your own control
infected our minds
think that were not good enough
life is a marketing ploy
own your own control
there's irony here you see
help is hurting us
how do we know what to believe
a statement has been issued from the plaintiff's bench
the jury will see possession is disease today
clearly it haunts you
understanding can't compare to knowing best
clearly it haunts you
my client dresses to appeal your honor
beneath that confident display a reality lies
for the possibility that it will one day be obtained
i think that they call it satisfaction
your honor my client thought he had everything


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    General Commentthe lyrics for this song are awesome. The story telling factor definitely packs a punch.
    The last line is the best i think

    Your honor...my client thought he had everything...
    liveoutloudon April 11, 2004   Link

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