Treasure Island

Steven Harris


For The Love Of Drink.


Alcohol is a great uniter
it unites cultures
poeple are always trying to stamp it out
i say accept it
i say leave it be.

Poeple everywhere have gotten together
all for the love of alcohol
cultures have come together
shared there diferences over alcohol
it's the great uniter of the world.

Don't stamp it out
just leave it be
lets all get together and drink
what ever your flavour is
it doesnt matter
weather you get drunk easy
it doesnt matter
lets relax
lets enjoy ourselves
lets get together
lets all have fun
lets unite and enjoy a good drink.

Dont stamp it out
dont try and discourage poeple
let poeple choose for themselves what they
want to do
and most them will get together
most poeple will unite
all for the love of drink.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, April 25, 2013

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