Francis Duggan


You Have Your Opinions


You have your opinions and that suits me fine
Your ideas of life they are different to mine
Your God is of paper that too is okay
Though you keep me offside by some of the things you say.

With some of the views you hold I could never agree
All people are equal that's how 'tis with me
When the millionaires bleed is their blood not red?
Our values are different like I've already said.

Our ideas are different we see things quite differently
And eye to eye 'twould seem we never could see
Our individuality makes us interesting the wise one did say
And we all look at life in a different sort of a way.

You have your opinions which you like to express
And you judge other people by their Postal Address
But no class distinction where dead people lay
And the Reaper will make us all equal one day.

Submitted: Monday, April 07, 2008
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