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Corporate Wars

This song is by Abraham Cloud and appears on the album The Wind Is Falling In Love (2005).

Daddy don't drive pretty full length cars no more
He lost both his arms in the big time corporate wars
Your sister was really quite naïve
To think he was a holy man

Daddy raised his children to believe economical dreams
When prices started fallin' that's when Daddy got down on his knees
The neighbors are all very kind
They sometimes go for walks with his mind

Your sister never witnessed a happier sight
The man she loved was too drunk to fight

And he was singin'
Look at the bright side,
Look at the fun you can have
But don't look around too much cause it might bring you down

You say you got a picture of the trip you took to Africa
When Daddy bought a village, an advantage in the corporate war
The natives even smiled when the flash went off
They liked the way he paid his bills

The natives loved to dance to the sleazy sub bohemian curl
When daddy couldn't buy it he decided to give it a whirl
Your sister never witnessed a happier sight
The man she loved was too drunk to fight

Its good to see you talking to the people who still love you again
We almost thought we lost you to the stiff-neck -corporate men
They always brought you home when they'd had enough
Funny how the good life gets rough

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