And on the 7th day He rested
He looked at the world he had created
And was dissatisfied with his labours
He decided to embark on a great crusade
To the Land of Satan to reclaim the land
Plundered by his ancestors

I've conquered all the known world
My name is feared across the globe
Generations revere my name
A soldier, a god, an eternal flame

'Cause I've never been hip
And I've never been rich
And I've never been missed
And I've never been hit by Mark E. Smith

I've taken every drug I can
From Actifed to Philisan
I drove a motorbike across Iran
And spent some time with in a caravan
I use violence to impress my friends
I'm building an empire that never ends

'Cause I've never been loved
And I've never been hugged
And I've often been rugged
And I've never been drugged by MES

It came to pass that after toiling long and hard in the country of his enemies, the Prophet was arrested on charge of assault and battery. He languished 40 days in the jail of his captors before he escaped a chastened man determined to recapture his kingdom

There's not many things I've not done
I've prayed to the moon and followed the sun
I sailed the seven seas in search of an eighth
That was great yeah really great
I forced the lock on the pearly gates

'Cause I've never been it, And I've never been licked
And I've never been gripped, And I've never been hit by MES
And I've never been hip, And I've never been stitched
And I've never been missed
And I never laid bricks with MES

On returning to his home-land after the lengthy sojourn, none of his kinsmen remembered his name. Finally he slew all plagiarists seated at his court and resumed his previous title as Bard of the Northern Kingdoms

'Cause I've never been it, and I've never been ripped
And I'm always getting pissed but I've never been sick with MES


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