"Debra" as written by Michael S. Simpson, John Robert King and Beck David Hansen....
Singing songs for Debra
Writing words she'd never see
And cursing this audacity

Here I am losing face with Debra
As profit motive sets the pace
And privilege re-incarnates
Falling out of the trees
These monkeys push us out of the trees

DIVIDE AND RULE! is a fitting motto
"You will take one of these
For our efficiency, it's called
Redundancy and you must go."

Well, I'd move the earth for Debra
Cos if I don't then somebody else will
In Kremlin or Capitol Hill
Workin' flexitime for Debra
Here's monetary evidence
Shall I pay the rent
Or buy more drinks??

Turning up at your door
Serving summons galore
Uninvited, ten feet small

Eat an apple a day
Eating apples all day, because
AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOLE AWAY

Uh!

Fearing hard for Debra
These Roundheads put so much at stake
And so before we all drown
In EEC wine lakes
I will spend an hour with Debra
She's smiling and exquisitely frayed
Superlative for her age

Sitting tall in the sun
Sit and talk in the sun
We watch the chimneys fall around us
Falling back down to the earth
No more soot on the sills
Impotent as the White Rose withers.

Uh!


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