"Post Post-Modern Man [Macro Post Modern Mix]" as written by Gerald V. Casale and Mark Allen Mothersbaugh....
If I had a hammer
I'd wake up all my neighbors
Pounding out a rhythm
All about you
If I had a pencil
I'd push me some paper
I'd build a skyscraper
To get close to you
If I had a lasso
I'd said out the window
And land on an island
Next to you
If I had a hot rod
I'd fasten up my seat belt
And break the speed limit
Gettin' to you
But I ain't got a hammer
And I ain't got a pencil
And I ain't got a lasso
So I'm doing it the hard way
Like a post post-modern man
If I had a credit card
I'd clear me a pathway
Through the deepest jungle
Right to your door
If I had a camera
I'd snap away my fingers
And collect up the pictures
Of you, of course
But I ain't got a hot rod
And I ain't got a credit card
No chance for a camera
So I'm doing it the hard way
Like a post post-modern man
Well I ain't go a hammer
And I ain't got a lasso
No chance for a camera
So I'm doing it the hard way


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"Post Post-Modern Man" as written by Mark Allen Mothersbaugh Gerald V. Casale

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