I don't give to the big issue seller cause he's probably on heroin
I walk past him with a grin and if I can I kick his dog
No, I don't give to the busker
He's talentless and lazy
He's ruining the country
I think he should get a job
Instead, I give my money to:
Walmart for its tax evasion
Primark for its child labor
Texaco for the next invasion
I don't give a fuck about you
I give my money to the millionaires (x2)
I give all my money to the millionaires and I don't give a fuck about you
No, I don't give to the beggar
That's what I pay my taxes for
The government should shove him through the door, of a prison cell or a hospital
I don't give to the homeless pisshead
He'll blow it all on booze instead
Such a waster, doesn't deserve a bed
What do you mean? “Welfare is dead “
Because I give my money to:
Walmart for its tax evasion
Primark for its child labor
Texaco for the next invasion
Don't give a fuck about you
I give my money to the millionaires (x2)
I give all my money to the millionaires that don't give a fuck about you
I give my money to Starbucks in case they get hard up
BP cause making a living ain’t easy
Barclays cause they look after me and I don't give a fuck about you
I give my money to the millionaires (x2)
I give all my money to the millionaires and I don't give a fuck about you


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    General CommentPretty obviously biting satire of anti-welfare people. My favorite line is about the busker, because he HAS a job, and the musicians in the band probably relate to him.
    Ganondoxon March 14, 2017   Link

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