suburban developments lain out in perfect form.
And tvs and SUVs will surely keep you warm.
Feel good about the money you pay in your welfare taxes.
It’s the only downside to living a life of excess.
Buddy went to soccer practice each and every day.
The pride of his famiy till they found out he was gay.
Donna was a good girl, sat in the front pew every week.
Found comfort hearing she protects the poor and meek.

“Look at me! I’m in the bourgeousie!”

Industrial wastelands with poisons in the sky.
Struggling single mothers who barely can get by.
Whomever told you laissez-faire was freedom was telling you a lie.
You’ll live your life like this, you’re a slave and then you die.

“look at me! I’m in the bourgeousie! That’s the bour-geou-sie!”


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