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Baby Boomer Songtext
von Monsters of Folk

Baby Boomer Songtext

We gotta stand a little closer
To what it is we're leaning on
Who was it that first said it?
Could it be he could be wrong
About the pilgrims and the natives
Having dinner on the lawn?

I think if I was ever king
I would buy a censorship
Where the only books upon the shelves
Were the ones that I had writ
Oh, and put them up in Borders
Set my photo down the spine
To tell the story of the living
Without forgetting those who'd died


And I would die a happy man
'Cause I did the best that I could do
To find a better way of leading
Should we leave that up to you
Who was the one that said it?
Yeah, the one who said it best
You got to L-O-V-E your neighbors
At least the ones who are still left

And we gotta stand a little closer
To the lessons that we've learned
Is it just a premonition?
Could we really get ourselves both burned?
I've been sent here on a mission
To find what we agree upon
We don't agree about September
Could we agree on Vietnam?


I think if I was ever publisher
I'd buy a pirate ship
Where the mission at each position
Is to shoot and to click
Clean the photos up a little
Censor the ship out of it
So when we put it up in borders
Turn a profit on the trip
Charge the public
For the overhead of 1492
And if they need a better reason
Tell them we got living proof

And I would die a happy man
Cause I did the best that I could do
To find a better way of leading
Should we leave that up to you
Who was it that said it
Yeah that's what I'm trying to say
You got to L-O-V-E your neighbors
At least the ones that live today
Hey, hey

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