They’re fighting door to door
At Jerusalem’s gate
Millionaires play baseball
And Oprah she talks about fate

A galleon full of treasure
Is found off Panama
A new season of Sopranos
Soft women are at the spa

You're sitting in the kitchen
And you don’t give a damn
Saying “woa woa woa woa”

Girls in cotton dresses
Windblown to their hips
Girls in cotton dresses
Phones close to their lips

Sitting in the kitchen
And you don’t give a damn
Saying “woa woa woa woa”

A white thoroughbred was born in Kentucky
Bombs fall in Kashmir
Waiting for the war
In your underwear drinking beer

Sitting in the kitchen
And you don’t give a damn
Saying “woa woa woa woa”

It’s easy to love
It’s easy, kind of
It’s easy to love

Sitting in the kitchen
You don’t give a damn
Saying”woa woa woa woa”

Skinny boys with rifles
Flying off to war
Skinny boys with rifles
They’re fighting door to door



Lyrics submitted by james wood, edited by exodusdamage

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