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Feeling so good the other day
Some freaky looking hippie girls
Came my way
Holding a sign saying
Anything helps....
Found out today I was scammed
They were not trying to get to Missouri
In their broken-down van
They are from here
Patched pants and dreads a whipping
It's not the early 70's
I must have been tripping

Because I remembered at 16
When I was alone
And life was mean
Hitchhiking across the whole West side
Never asked for money
Only a ride
Don't judge a book by it's cover
Don't read truth into what they wear
Hippie lover
Don't be so kind
Don't be so blind
And let them know
They are bad karma
For you, mama
Because when you have kids
Who love you like mine do
They let you know
These girls blow
For taking some bodies twenty
When one lives with mama
And probably has plenty

Ah Ha! Facebook has it all
Now they will get the call
Of my b*tching words
Because they were not true hippies
They were more like hippie t?rds
The sh*t that's left behind
From the peace, love and happiness shine
Digested in a true hippie soul
I did I learned I roll
Don't trust any longhairs under 30
Because with their fake hippie sh*t
It will smell and be dirty

Real hippies don't steal
They share and they're real
And it's not just the clothes
It's in something above their nose
Called a brain
That thinks not of bringing pain to another
A free-love lover
Not a scammer on a street
Real girl hippies are sweet
As a naked swim on a Saturday night
When the moon's half showing
And the time is right
Not a user of a kind woman's trust
These were just scammers
That I am going to bust!

7/10/2011 0100 cj

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