Doctors and lawyers, policemen and preachers,
Fancy hospitals with blood sucking leeches,
2000 years man has watched things unfold,
Even today, peoples belongings are bartered or sold.
In the days of old they gambled for the robe of Christ,
In foreign countries they trade chickens for rice,
For some people a warm rain is a shower,
And they will go to their grave, never hearing twin towers.
The stars are their movies, the lake is their mirror,
With no grand illusions they have little fear.