Sunday morning, chauffeured limousines
But I’ll taste the dirt of the streets although it ain’t my scene
Nymphomaniac woman is in heat tonight
She stays high all the time on that cocaine flight, Well, I’m

Damned if I do, damned if I don’t
She's flying miles of the ground
We’ll, she said that she will, but I know that she won’t
When will she ever come down?

Monday morning we've got bills to sign
First term congressman, district 49
Half wants it illegalized, and one half wants to choose
Might as well flip a coin ‘cause either way I loose

Damned if I do, damned if I don’t
Still flying miles of the ground
Said that she will, but I know that she won’t
When will she ever come down?

(Spoken) “Down on me”

With my intern at the roulette wheel
Lost all lobby cash on every deal
Congress say’s this is no place for me
But I’ll win my campaign money back, you just wait and see

Damned if I do, damned if I don’t
We’re flying miles of the ground
Well, we say that we will, but I know that we won’t
When will we ever come down?

Bye!


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    General CommentThis song talks about how our esteamed congressmen are human too, and give in to their urges for vice - like easy women, gambling, and drugs.
    LugieMucason October 06, 2010   Link
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    General CommentAre they flying in a plane, or are they high?
    BrightStaron October 20, 2010   Link

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