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September  2009


Patriot Day

Kowabunga Mon Amour
 

Iím not sweating 2012

Or either Friday 13th comet;

Horns I blew in downtown hell

Have sounded my enharmonic.

Hardships started with 9-11

Shook the free world tectonic

Where even safe in stony heaven

Money fell off loosened shelves

And down from all accounts

From numbered to unleven.

 

Caked in cloud, the waves,

The air, a soul is bound

By dust of a thousand graves,

Nothing will ever wash THAT down.

People looking like beer & loathing

Spaceful, disgraced & oversized,

They supersize their clothing.

Better tug the belt, slim your thighs.

Kowabunga, mon amour

The fated ship is at our door.

 

Letís get moving, grab your bag

All bets are off for sore losers.

Bamboo boat & burlap flag

Youíll board your cardboard cruiser,

Dress in hairy coats like dogs

And look for caves along the way.

My horns still good in heavy fogs

Deep throat clear, Iím proud to say.

Iíll play the Volga Boatman, honey

Just donít ask for any more money.


 

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