My tag's Tall Tim, no need to shout!
I said that's my name, so don't wear it out!
You see me here I'm burning hot,
I'm a juicy hamburger cos I've got the lot.
I've got a bone the size of a Tyrannosaurus Rex,
Only one thing I want your sex!

My name is Tricky Ricky,
If the situations sticky then I'm your man,
I've got a plan, I used to be a brickie.
I don't give a damn about what you say,
If you don't like that you'd better walk this way.
Rock it Tricky Ricky gonna rock it to the left,
Rock it Tricky Ricky gonna rock it to the right.

My name is Paul and I'm the best of all,
Cos I'm in your face like a can of mace,
I'm a groove lick, love child, king of the verse,
Mess with me Lord you'll leave in a hearse.

1, 2, 3, 4 Your God is a nothing God,
Is a mealy mouthed God, is a weak arsed God.
My God is a really tough God, is a straight line God is a good old boy.
Your God drinks peach nectar, eats boiled fruit can't fart out loud.
My God arm wrestled Khruschev, eats meat, farts with pride.

Hey, hey! Commies for Christ.
Hammers and sickles and the words not flesh it's steel,
Cos he's the man who carved the lamb and made us feel.
I'm having a sexual fling with the red under my bed,
I drank too much altar wine it's blown off half my head.
Take Marx, take Christ, take drugs,
Take Marx, take Christ, take dr dr dr dr dr drugs.

My God is a vengeful God
Is Cecil B. de Mille and kills for the fun of it.
Rep rep repetition! Rep rep repetition!
Yo yo! Your God's been around for too long,
He can't get down he's an aging hippie hippie skippy skippy.
Tch tch tch tch tch tch tch tch tch tch!

God, hey! Commies for Christ.
Go get some long knives to carve up these loaves and fishes,
Support the cause or else someone could get vicious.
Commies for Christs sake, for Christs sake, for Christs sake,
Cos he's the word you've heard the truth, the light, the way.
My God ain't risen cos he's sleeping in today.

Take Marx, take Christ, take drugs,
Take Marx, take Christ, take drugs.
Jesus rocks the Kremlin baby,
Commies for C C C CC CC Coca Cola, AMEN!

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