I met him at a protest
Dolled up in his finest finery
A Malcolm X t-shirt
And a tambourine

To love him, it was hopeless
The cannons fell and shook the barricade
We came in at the chorus
I could hear him say

Eatin' that burger
Pass the kitchen condiments
Eatin' that mother
Don't thata hot sauce hit the spot?

"Eatin' that torture
Don't you let your conscience harm you
Aye, for that mother
Can't see you suffer

And one for all and all for another
(Pourin' rain, pourin' rain)
A long October under the sun
(Pourin' rain, pourin' rain)

Change comes for the better
(If you want it)
Our change will come
Hey, you

Eatin' that burger
All you All-Americans
Eatin' that mother
Give the chef my compliments

Eatin' that torture
Yeah, you show such understandin'
Aye, for that mother
Can't see you suffer

And one for all and all for another
(Pourin' rain, pourin' rain)
A long October under the sun
(Pourin' rain, pourin' rain)

Change comes for the better
(If you want it)
Our change will come
Stop

Eatin' that burger
Pass the kitchen condiments
Eatin' that mother
Don't thata hot sauce hit the spot?

Eatin' that torture
Won't you let your conscience warn you?
Aye, for that mother
You can't see suffer


Lyrics submitted by amnesiac9

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