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​Men, Men, Men

This song is by Yoko Ono and appears on the album Feeling The Space (1973).

A one, two, three.

J.o.h.n.n.y.,
God's little gift, cream and pie.

Men, men, men, umm, uum,
Men, men, men, umm, uum,
Men, men, milk and honey,
God's little gift for woman.

I want you clever but not too clever,
I want you bad but not too bad.
I want you strong but not too strong,
I want you to try your rightful position.

Oh, too, too much, I mean, it's so good.

Men, men, snails and puppies,
Your muscles are not for fighting in war.
Your lips are not for voicing opinions,
Your eyes are there for us to look into.
I want you to take your rightful position.

Oh, too, too much, I mean, it's so good.

Men, men, grapes and nuts,
Your pants are never tight enough,
Your boots are never long enough.
Your skin is never young enough,
I want you to hold your rightful position.

Pardon me, honeycum, your hair piece's slipping.

Men, men, apples and figs,
I like you to be faithful but not very fussy,
I like you to be behind me but not just beside me.
I like you to shut up but know when to say yes,
I want you to learn your frightful position.

Pardon me, starstud, your cod piece's showing.

Now you know what you have to do-oh,
Now you know what's expected of you-hoo-hoo-hoo.
So come, come, come, come,
Come up and hum hum,
Come up and hum hum,
Come up and see me sometime,
Come up and see me sometime.

-"Ladies and gents, I'd like to introduce you to my lower half, without whom i
Won't be breathing so heavily.
Honey juice, you can come out of the box now..."

-"Yes, dear."