I knew I knew a man, a man with five daughters, he could never hear himself at all
They lived out under the airport, the hood he wore was not worn to keep him warm
I had a particular role to fill, he told me, "Go make a new enemy."
If I did I'd get a clear outlook
If I did I'd get a clear outlook
I think I know enough, I'm sure I know enough
Not to put people in a sack who live their whole lives in a hole
If I could, I'd go out to the airport and make love to all five of his daughters
Fertilize them young in their purity, teach them to make their father their enemy
I'd make love to all five of his daughters, If I did, he'd get a clear outlook
I think I know enough, I'm sure I know enough
Not to put people in a sack who live their whole lives in a hole
If I could I'd go out to the airport, if I could I'd go out to the airport
And make love to all five of his daughters, I'd make love to all five of his daughters
Fertilize them young in their purity, fertilize them young in their purity
Teach them to make their father their enemy, teach them to make their father their enemy





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