"Ditty Diego -- War Chant" as written by Bob Rafaelson and Jack Nicholson....
Hey, hey, we are the Monkees
You know we love to please
A manufactured image
With no philosophies

We hope you like our story
Although there isn't one
That is to say there's many
That way there is more fun

You told us you like action
And games of many kinds
You like to dance, we like to sing
So let's all lose our minds

We know it doesn't matter
'Cause what you came to see
Is what we'd love to give you
And give it one, two, three

But there may come three, two, one, two
Or jump from nine to five
And when you see the end in sight
The beginning may arrive

For those who look for meaning
And form as they do facts
We might tell you one thing
But we'd only take it back

Not back like in a box back
Not back like in a race
Not back so we can keep it
But back in time and space

You say we're manufactured
To that we all agree
So make you choice and we'll rejoice
In never being free

Hey, hey, we are the Monkees
We've said it all before
The money's in we're made of tin
We're here to give you more

The money's in we're made of tin
We're here to give you


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"Ditty Diego-War Chant" as written by Jack Nicholson Bob Rafaelson

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