Penelope Prozac is 70s throwback and king of the camden queens,
dressed to the nines yeah, she'll always remind ya
that she shagged the Ramones in her teens.
Celini Saliva with eyes like a tiger but most of the stripes long gone,
glassed in mascara like Abel Ferrara
she knows she belongs in a song.
Ooohooo, well I just don't know who they are,
lonely supertramps or superstars.

Charlie's a changeling, a changeling that's aging but no-one tells Charlie why,
Jackie Yonases she knows where your ass is she's so introverted and shy
But back to the Prozac, Penelope knows that the world is a passer by,
so caning discreetly she'll tell you so sweetly
she's dressed up with nowhere to cry.

Oooohoo well I just don't know who we are,
lonely supertramps or superstars.
oohoo, well I just don't know who we are,
paint your face you lovely superstars.
Oohooo, cause we just don't know what we are,
lonely supertramps or superstars.
Oohooo, well you just don't know what you are,
Here's to supertramps and superstars.


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    General CommentRecently, a Malaysian model was seen — gasp! — drinking a beer and has been sentenced to 6 lashes of caning. Caning, a practice of corporal punishment, is largely absent from the Western world, but is present in many Muslim countries, and is a feature of Sharia law, the Islamic civil law code, that governs personal behavior. It is normally done with a rattan cane, a flexible wood similar to bamboo, usually a half an inch wide and 4 feet long. Recently, Sudanese journalist Lubna Hussein was sentenced to 40 lashes for the egregious offense of wearing slacks. (Oh lord, protect us from Dockers.) Most people would give a cash until payday loan to keep personalmoneystore.com/moneyblog/2009/08/24/caning-sharia-law-islam/">caning out of our country.
    Jadynon August 26, 2009   Link

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