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Udiah (witness to Yah)

Rookie - 12 Points (1959 / USA)

Occupy Wall Street or Give Me, I Deserve It!


Forth to occupy and to fortify!
Stretching forth our hands we will take
Sit on our asses, release our gasses
Promises of the snake

We deserve more, because we’re the masses
With Sharpton and Jackson we shake
Steal what is not earned, we want free passes
Forgetting words King spake

With our union members we can harass
Those who expect fruit to partake
Cumming, Penn and Freeman amass
Brainchild Hollywood’s cake

Communism and Socialism surpasses
Our forefather’s dreams we forsake
Let’s promote a battle of the classes
Contract make, satan’s wake

Submitted: Sunday, October 16, 2011

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