"Disaster Proof" as written by and Thomas Hardy Morris....
It don't matter which disaster you set out to stop.
When it hits it takes love with it.
It don't care all that much for you.

Why don't you pick a number and wait with hunger?
There ain't enough room up here for you.
Why don't you use your know-how, build your own house and make it disaster proof?

Dirty water and cryin' mothers make it hard to watch the news.

Why don't you change the channel to what you can handle?
Something like a black and white a cartoon.
Why don't you use your knowledge to make it solid, and make it disaster proof?

Pick a number and wait with hunger, and there ain't enough room up here for you.
Why don't you use your know-how to build your own house, and make it disaster proof?


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