A Little Green
Green around the gills
don't like many thrills.
Drink a lot of Pilz,
hate to pay the bills.
I have a lonely life,
no kids, no wife.
Again go to the bar,
happiness seems so far.
That is all not so bad,
I am a handsome lad.
I'm gonna change my ways,
I will see happier days.
Now I'm not so green,
I rode the mean machine.
Stopped going to the bars,
and now look towards the stars.
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