Roll up, roll up, for I’ll take your cash
Anarchy is the line. Buy your anarchy t-shirts at only thirty-six pounds fifty a time!
I've got anarchy badges - black on red - roll up and make your choice
Or buy your nazi armband, last year’s fashion, this year’s price
Long sleeve sweatshirts are a popular line
I've got the "Crass" Broken Gun. Don’t know what it means, but it suits you fine
I've got a lovely line in anarchist ties, some "Conflict" patches if you like
And some "Bash the Rich" matches. (Set light to those lovely cars! Ha ha)
I've got anarchist with an A on, aprons for the anarchy cook
Anarchist tea towels, anarchist mugs - come on take a look
I've got anarchist pendants and anarchist flags
Gift wrapped for your anarchist mates
I have anarchy key rings, and a lovely sign made of chrome
The purchase of my products brings anarchy to your home
Anarchy lights - anarchy pens - anarchy panties - anarchy bras - anarchy dildos
And, and, wait for it... wait for it... I have - brand new now
The special line of anarchist rubber dolls
Yes! You will go far as you fuck them to death in the back of your anarchist car
MacMortarhate Products, just send off for a free catalogue for all the very latest in anarchist souvenirs


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