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A lot like you.

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If someday they'd address me
with an 'E' after the Sir
I'd first declare the Pope a girl
then, I'd take the cure
Wouldn't it be divine
to call the Pontiff
Holy Momma for a change
If  I'm annointed King
there's much to re-arrange
I'd stamp out mass corruption
let prisoners go free
Lock zoo keepers
down in my public zoo
where the animals
could come and see
I'd mate with every beauty
who had ever caught my eye
No birds would live in guilded cages
I'd mandate all junkie's to stay high
A leading elder statesman
Oh,, to be the boss of you
It wouldn't be at all unusual
for Chuck to marry Drew
Now, if homosexuality
is not of your desire
Maids and maidens
off to Royal Chambers
we'd retire
If it should come to light
my powers do indeed corrupt
Please, don't hesitate
to tell me all about it
Judas Krupps...
As for now
I'd do my level best
to get along with you
til Royal Guards
with Royal Swords
commence to run you through.

Buddy Bee Anthony

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