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Aging Hippy from Olema

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Published on Jul 22, 2007

A tribute to "Hippy from Olema" by "Banana" Lowell Levinger of the Youngbloods landmark parody of a landmark tune by Merle Haggard's "Okie from Muskogee"

well I'm proud to be a hippy from Olema where we're friendly to the squares and
all the straights we still take in strangers if they're ragged we can't think of anyone to hate

we don't watch commercials in Olema we don't buy the plastic crap they sell
we still wear our hair long like folks used to and we bathe often, therefore we don't smell

well I'm proud to be a hippy from Olema where we're friendly to the squares and all the
straights we still take in strangers if they're ragged we can't think of anyone to hate

we don't throw our beer cans on the highway we don't slight a man because he's black
we don't spill our oil out in the ocean 'cause we love birds and fish too much for that

and I'm proud to be a hippy from Olema where we're friendly to the squares and
all the straights we still take in strangers if they're Haggard in Olema, California, Planet Earth

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