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I Do My Father's Drugs lyrics

When the party starts on Monday
Christmas starts in June
When no one minds I've just arrived and I'll be leaving soon
If I return with eyes half-opened
Don't ask me where I was
I do my father's drugs

When every revolution
Is sponsored by the state
There is no bravery in being asked
And turning down the case
If you see me with a rifle
Don't ask me what it's for
I fight my father's war

I went hunger strikes are fashion [???]
And freedom is routine
All in all the streets in Cleveland are named for Martin Luther King
You will see me at the protest
But you'll notice that i drag
I burn my father's flag

So when the party starts on Monday
And Christmas starts in June
When no one minds I've just arrived and I'll be leaving soon
If I return with eyes half-opened
Don't ask me where I was
I do my father's drugs
I do my father's drugs

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