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Archive for July 28th, 2012

Even if you’re not a Country Music fan, this one’s worth a tumble.

I.M. Kane


 

(Performed by Troy Cook Jr., lyrics by Don Bradley)

“Lazy American Dream”

Now let me get this right.

If I make a house full of snot nose kids

I get a big ole stack of food stamps a real nice place to live

Where I can hang my Sony HD 52″ screen

I hope you good friends and neighbors won’t mind

I’ll be living how I’m living on your dime

I ain’t gonna work a lick

Take a lot of trips

A little hit and miss but a fella’s got his needs

It’s a widely accepted

Socially progressive

Lazy American Dream

Gracias Amigos

Well I feel for those fine fools that’s forced to work

Ah I’m gotta have health care what if one of them damn kids get hurt

I’ll need a comprehensive all inclusive policy all for free

It’s the truly neglected

Cosmically connected

Lazy American Dream

Anything worth having we should have it all for free

In the home of the laid off

In the land of the ‘what about me’

Now I got a house full of snot nose kids

A big ole stack of food stamps a real nice place to live

Where I can tare down that raggy gown

Go to town when the kids come home at three

It’s so good to be me

It’s the rarely rejected

Fatally infected

Lazy American Dream

It’s a widely accepted

It’s damn near perfected

That Lazy American Dream, yeah.

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