Catchy Tune, Strong Message

‘I Don’t (a.k.a. The Occupier) by Glen Shulfer. Copyright 2012. The lyrics are below the fold.

I Don’t (AKA The Occupier) © 2012 Glen Shulfer

Well, I don’t have to pay for my food and rent
cause I get everything from the government.
No I don’t. Honey, I don’t. Don’t you know, no, no, no I don’t.
All I want is to get my share from every stingy millionaire. Cause baby I don’t.

I just sit on my duff getting fat and high,
cause I don’t give a damn unless I occupy.
No I don’t. Honey, I don’t. Don’t you know, no, no, no I don’t.
All I want is to get my share from every stingy millionaire. Cause baby I don’t.

You’re telling me not to overspend,
you’re thinking I’m going to comprehend, but I don’t. Honey I don’t.
Mama tells me not to be a slob,
she takes my hand, tells me: Get a job! But I don’t. Mama I wont!

Well, I got so much debt that I must admit,
that I ain’t gonna pay even a little bit.
No I won’t. Honey I won’t. Don’t you know, yeah, yeah, I won’t.
Shame on you! We’re gonna recall you too.
All I want is to get my share from every stingy millionaire. Cause baby I don’t

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One Response to Catchy Tune, Strong Message

  1. Locke n Load says:

    not bad!

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