William Howard Henry Taft
Break a bottle on a boat and raise a glass
To your brother’s sullen ass.
He says I’m a millionaire now.

I don’t want to go.

If he hollers let me know that.
By the street not by the road
By the time he read the note
He says I’m a millionaire now.

Both of us know that you’re wearing the coat
That your father once owned, you’re just letting us know that.
By the one time that he wrote out the note that said
I’m a millionaire now.

I don’t want to go.

Oh my dear, I don’t know how hard to fear.

William Howard Henry Taft
Break a bottle on a boat and raise a glass
To your brother’s sullen ass.
He says I’m a millionaire now.

I don’t want to go.


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