Clowns are neato clowns are fun
Clowns are loved by everyone
Cops n' commies even fags
Everybody loves a gag
Clowns everywhere are freakin' out
In parades they scream n' shout
They're sad as hell, and they're singin' the blues
Cause no one laughs at their great big shoes
Here's some clowns we really love: Bozo, Scoopy, Rusty Nails
Here's a clown we really hate: Ronald McDonald
(He's only in it for the burgers)
I saw a clown in the mall today
My brother cried and he ran away
They get no respect, aren't served in bars
No matter how many friends they can fit in their cars
The other day I was drivin' around in the clown-mobile
with 17 of myfriends towin' the
ferris wheel in the back and
this cop pulls me over and says,
"Where ya goin' Bozo?"
I said, "I'm not Bozo. I sure wish I was, though.
The man's a friggin' genius."
Clowns are forced to take jobs across the nation
Below the level of their education
It's hard as hell to make ends meet
With a painted face and gigantic feet
Yesterday I was sittin' in a bar havin' a drink
and this clown walks in and says,
"Bartender, give me a tree fort."
The bartender looks at him and says,
"What's in a tree fort?"
"Playboy books and cigars."
Last verse same as the first
Acapulco version, ten times worse

Lyrics submitted by spunkykitten

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    General CommentClowns are creepy as anything I can think of(go watch ATHF "The Clowning" and be afraid), but this song really makes me feel for them. I mean, their feet are indeed quite large. Nobody respects them. My friend's dad used to be a clown, but he's also one of the smartest people I've ever known in my life. But if I saw him in a clown suit, I just don't know what I'd do. Although I think he was more of the party-tricks (juggling, unicycle, and the like) clown, not the walk-around-the-circus-scaring/scarring-kids type.
    Idsaysgoon December 18, 2004   Link

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