"No man get the fuck away from my store man! You make it look bad...get the fuck outta here. What the fuck, get the fuck outta here you bum!"
"Ain't nobody gonna tell me where I can sleep, shit. Fuck him, I'm fidna sleep here, it's better here anyway. I'm cold, rich people ain't cold. Shit, they got money and they warm. I'm cold and broke...as a joker. A clown...out here makin' people laugh...Rich people laugh. I suppose it's funny to see me out here freezing my ass off. I can sleep now. Ain't nobody gonna take that away. I can sleep in this spot."

Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Joke your mind, joke your mind
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Joker jumping joker sing
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Joke your mind, joke your mind
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Wicked clown is in the house

Wake up in my golden bed
The wicked thoughts inside my head
Step outside, glide away
Nothing's wicked here today

I can breathe the magic mist
And excel your every wish
Juggla jump from cloud to cloud
Ring them bells, ring them loud
I can jump across the land
Wind up in the emerald sand
Swing the jewels of endless time
Take it all, cause it's mine

Pour a bowl of chocolate soup
Serve it with the Fruit Loop
This is my world, I am king
Joka sing, joka sing...
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Joke your mind, joke your mind
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Joke your mind, joke your mind
Joker jumping joker sing
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Joke your mind, joke your mind
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Wicked clown is in the house

I can fall in love like that
In my world she loves me back
If I choose, I choose alone
Freak is gone
Boys is on
Cause the homies watch your back
Life is over like that
Once it's done, it's done, it's dead
Ticky tocky ticky dead
If you feel the need to go
Go, go, won't ya go
They call you a freak show
Welcome to the carnival
Yes, ladies and gentlemen!! The wicked clowns will arrive in your town soon, and believe me, it won't be pretty!! Justice must be served!! To the uncaring, selfish, wealthy ones, be prepared and get ready to catch 400 years of hell. And, oh, one last note to all...wicked clown is in the house!!!!!

Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Joke your mind, joke your mind
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Welcome to the carnival
I can breathe the magic mist
And excell your every wish
Juggla jump from cloud to cloud
Ring them bells, ring them loud
I can breathe the magic mist
And excell your every wish
Juggla jump from cloud to cloud
Ring them bells, ring them loud
I can breathe the magic mist
And excell your every wish
Juggla jump from cloud to cloud
Ring them bells, ring them loud
I can breathe the magic mist
And excell your every wish
Juggla jump from cloud to cloud
Ring them bells, ring them loud

Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Joke your mind, joke your mind
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Welcome to the carnival
I can breathe the magic mist
And excell your every wish
Juggla jump from cloud to cloud
Ring them bells, ring them loud
I can breathe the magic mist
And excell your every wish
Juggla jump from cloud to cloud
Ring them bells, ring them loud

Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Ring them loud
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Ring them loud
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Ring them loud
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Ring them bells, ring them loud

I can breathe the magic mist
And excell your every wish
Juggla jump from cloud to cloud
Ring them bells, ring them loud
I can breathe the magic mist
And excell your every wish
Juggla jump from cloud to cloud
Ring them bells, ring them loud

Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Ring them loud
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Ring them loud
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Ring them loud
Joke ya, joke ya, joke ya mind
Wicked clown is in the house
"Hey, hey you fuckin' hobo get up mufucka! What you got man?"
"I don't got nuthin' man!"
"What you got muthafucka?"
"I don't got nuthin' man!"
"Alright muthufucka, fuck off then!'
(Gunshots)


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