Brian:
The sixties brought the hippy breed
And decades later things have changed indeed
We lost the values but we kept the weed
You've got a lot to see

The Reagan years have laid the frame
For movie stars to play the Whitehouse game
We're not too far from voting Feldman-Haim
You've got a lot to see

The town of Vegas has got a different face
'Cause it's a family place with lots to do
Where in the fifties a man could mingle with scores of all the seediest whores
Well now his children can too!

You heard it from the canine's mouth
The country's changed that is except the south
And you'll agree
No one really knows, my dear lady friend
Just quite how it all will end
So hurry 'cause you've got a lot to see

The baldness gene was cause for dread
But that's a fear that you can put to bed
They'll shave your ass and glue it on your head
You've got a lot to see

The PC age has moved the bar
A word like redneck is a step too far
The proper term is country music star
You've got a lot to see

Our flashy cellphones make people mumble: "Gee-whiz
Look how important he is
His life must rule"
You'll get a tumor
But on your surgery day
The doc will see it and say
"Well you must really be cool"

Tom Tucker:
There's lot's things you may have missed
Adam West:
Like PeeWee and his famous wrist
Cleveland:
Or Sandy Duncan's creepy phony eye
Neil Goldman:
That awesome Thundercats cartoon
Diane Simmons:
Neil Armstrong landing on the moon
Meg:
Neil Armstrong? Wait was he the trumpet guy?

Brian:
So let's go see the USA
They'll treat you right unless you're black or gay
Or cherokee
But you can forgive the world and its flaws
And follow me there because
You've still got a hell of a lot to see
You've got a lot to see


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