"Le Project Citron" as written by and Nicholas Larimer Heather Larimer....
Ten thousand lemons don’t make a renegade
Oh, don’t fade

The juice of stainless breath reproduce
Their hands are clean, but
They have nails under their nails

Ten thousand lemons don’t make a renegade
Oh, don’t fade

The course our father figures endorse
They love machines, but
They have sails under their nails
Ten thousand lemons don’t make a renegade

Oh, don’t fade

The plan our needs belabor the man
Without the dream, but
They have pins under their shins

Ten thousand lemons don’t make a renegade
Oh, don’t fade

The toil,
The opportunity spoiled
Without machines, but
They have nails under their nails

Now show n-n-n-n-n-n-n-n-no disgrace
We're being replaced
Everyday
And everywhere

Things ain’t working out down at the farm

Have I seen you here before?

You see one grapefruit, you’ve seen them all

Je m’appell Ferdinand!

Meow

Do you know what beagles like to eat?

You ain’t seen n-n-nothing

They make a fashion

They make a champagne

I like champagne


B-b-baby you ain’t seen n-n-n-n-n-nothing yet

Domo arigato, Mister Roboto!

Don’t forget

N-n-n-nothing yet

We saved their asses in the war

Still they speak in German

My dad told me about these sort of people


You don’t want to know what he said


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    General Commentsous le pave: la plage
    This song references May 68 I think but then goes awry

    Anyway good happy fun time.
    Miggityon February 08, 2008   Link

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