Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!

Maybe he liked to brag
Did he invent himself
He lives ‘till the end of time

Oh, Münchhausen was a sun of a gun
He had his share of wild adventures
Rode the cannonball like no other man
and pulled himself up in the air

Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!

Whether he liked to brag
He lives ‘till the end of time
With his immortal lies

Uh, Münchhausen took a trip to the moon
and beat the sultan and his navy
With a company containing just five
He gunned them down just by himself

Such a special man, Baron Münchhausen
He spread chaos around the world

Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!

Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!

(Just Chaos)
Maybe he liked to brag (Just Chaos!)
Did he invent himself (Just Chaos!)
He lives ‘till the end of time
(Just Chaos!)
Maybe he liked to brag
Did he invent himself (Just Chaos!)
He lives ‘till the end of time
Just Chaos! Just Chaos!


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