Treasure Island

AaI Harvey

(13/07/80 / Cannock)

Burning Bush


Burning Bush


No president is exempt from contempt,
911 set the war precedent.
A burning Bush shows us our future,
A nuclear holocaust under this leader.
Teach your lies and have them televised,
Propaganda is not a modern design.


Your day of judgment is a fingertip away,
A press of the red button will seal your fate.
You put your destiny in the hands of those sent insane,
By the power they stole in the first place.


See the scar upon my arm,
A test of faith, a declaration of war.
Against the senses, so bring it on,
You misled, overfed, patronizing moron.


George Bush said I have opinions of my own,
But I don’t always agree with them.
Whilst Richard Nixon said when the president does it,
It’s no longer illegal.
It’s a crazy time, full of crazy people,
It’s a mixed up world, you can’t tell the good from the evil.


So smoke your weed, but don’t inhale,
Clinton’s funny when he’s not smoking dope.
I’m not allowed to say burn George II,
But smoke marijuana just like the pope.


The adrenaline gland of a human being,
Is better than any drug you can imagine.
But you have to have a supply of bodies,
So become a serial killer, if you want the best hallucinogen.


The Pope smoke dope and Jesus is my homeboy,
Are two of my favourite designs.
God is dead and Alanis Morrisette,
G. B. Junior is a waste of fucking time.


Kill the precedent and make a change,
Bring democracy back the U.S.A. and the U.K.K.K.


(C) 2013 Aa Harvey. All Rights Reserved.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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