And another one is Machavelli and pledges.
He swore he'd outlaw alcoholic beverages.
He said we bawl at the mess that we dribble,
when we settle for drunk but you skip the entire festivel.

Well sometimes a personal vice becomes a social evil,
and a good king loves his people.

Well even if all the women loved him for his mind,
that would be alright with Jeff Engel.
In a perfect world, he says, we'd all be blind,
then love would be cerebral,
hey love should always be cerebral.

Well sometimes a private preferance can cause a public upheavel,
and a good king loves his people.

Well Marx was in the ballpark,
but he was just a little too narrow
to fit into the batter's box but damn that man could really throw.

Well sometimes a good idea is nothing but a foolish dream.
Good people love their king.

Well sometimes a good idea is nothing but a foolish dream,
but good people love their honest king.


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