The Yankees won – so now we all bow down To tyranny’s enduring crazy seat In Washington, D.C. Who wears the crown? The Yankees won, so now we all bow down To any preening prick or mouthy clown Who occupies the White House. What a cheat! The Yankees won – so now we all bow down To tyranny’s enduring crazy seat.
Lincoln: a great man? Sure: amongst the greatest! Had anybody else been president When word of Lee’s successes was the latest, The mighty Union would have struck the tent. Ain’t no doubt that’s what Old Marse Robert meant To do with victories against the odds. But Lincoln didn’t flee the hard event Or reck the battlefield’s unnerving rods. The disposition, in the end, was God’s. Old Abe believed in God, perhaps, a bit. Although his early generals were clods, Grant waited in the wings and had true grit. Thus in the net of time was Lincoln caught— A different sort of great man than we’re taught.
Yes, Fauci lied – but why are you surprised? He signaled his dishonesty all year: He flipped and flopped and endlessly revised, Yes? Fauci lied! But why are you surprised To learn of the deception, giant-sized, That he engaged in, pushing mindless fear? Yes: Fauci lied – but why are you surprised? He signaled his dishonesty all year.
The body odor of a hog Signals what Mark Shea’s soul is like. What frightens every neighbor’s dog? The body odor of a hog, Wit of decerebrated frog, Conscience forever out on strike! The body odor of a hog Signals what Mark Shea’s soul is like.