And all our houseboats are retired
So we rely on rental cars and new shoes
And our athletic friends we’ll depend on able backs and healthy legs in the morning
But our anthems are no longer fashionable
I’d start speaking Spanish if the day so demanded
So pull out all the teeth I don’t need
And censor all the books I don’t read

Woke up Sunday with a headache
Put on your mittens for Christ sake
We’re making gift baskets for our enemies
Full of vacuum bags and dead fruit trees
Our halos are only hula hoops
We pulled them off for the lions to jump through
So pull out all the teeth I don’t need
And censor all the books I don’t read


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