1940 -Paul The Walrus

The things you say,
don’t add up to the ones you do,
a man of peace,
I smell a hypocrite in you.

Oh please,
keep an open mind,
until you find the size,
you think that fits you best.

A man of people
in the service of Her Majesty,
telling us how good our lifes can be.
A gentleman and distinguished
member of society,
unlike you and me.

No money,no lies,
imagine what a great life it can be,
oversized,
you fooled them but you’re not fooling me.

And when,
I see all those fellas
deeply dressed in blue,
it always makes me think of you.

And you always say,
that the love you give,
is the one you make.

We won’t remember you,
as a man in need of love
who used to drink to much.

A man of people
in the service of Her Majesty,
telling us how good our lifes can be.
A gentleman and distinguished
member of society,
unlike you and me.

A dreamer who lived against and
in the life of luxury,
a man just like you and me.

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1940 -Paul The Walrus