No need for copyrights, copy riots
Follow the unfaltering basic human need, expansion
Whoever's body splits in a radio phone single first wins
Everyone woman's heart or her youth in a kitchen
Pardon life for being boring the excuses were programmed
Marginalization, man's greatest invention
Thrown an apple at an old man or in a mansion
Sorry about your pension, the detention camps and our culture destroyed and all
On our new stamp you've got an honorable mention
Forgot to burn Joan of Ark with acid and gasoline
It was tax deductible and funded by Johnny Reagan, the 22nd kind of the 82nd district

I like my metal necklace doesn't bother me too much
Plus I can watch anything I want when I want

Having been undeemed to reproduce for showing aggressive tendencies
What did they expect me to do, sit and be neutered?
Think not, grabbed my balls and fled out the back of the school hospital
Nurses with bibles chasing me, cursing my blood, throwing plant pots
Thought for a minute about navigating, the pendulum swings, and what happens when you wear a mask for too long
That's why my skin is pale and heart is heavy
On every 20th floor a cemetery
In the future there are no wars, because nobody has money



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