"Human Being Lawnmower" as written by and Fred (us 1)/kramer Smith....
Can you hear me?
Hope you can
Listen here closely
You'll understand

Make way for the killer race
They use the Bible
Millimeter by millimeter
Millimeter by millimeter

Six times hot as the sun
Didn't mean to hurt anyone
Didn't mean to hurt anyone
Sorry, sorry, yeah

Don't try to force them
To help them
Do what they do
What they do

So the hurting's not on you
Chasing for miles
Until you're standing before
The Human Being Lawnmower

Chop, chop, chop, chop, chop


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"The Human Being Lawnmower" as written by Fred Smith Dennis A. Tomich

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    General CommentIn a 2011 interview on youtube, MC5 guitarist, Wayne Kramer explained that the lyrics to Human Being Lawnmower were written by lead singer Rob Tyner. Tyner's lyrics were meant to illustrate exactly what the draft during the Vietnam War was all about. Listen to the song again and think about the time in which it was written. 1970 was a great year for music, but not much else in America.
    tommyrock80on August 25, 2013   Link

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