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Published on May 27, 2012
(Remember New Yorker Eric Garner, who died for your sin taxes, by complications of a take-down from tax enforcers. A nanny state requires its police state.) Too few cigarette sales, and America's Children's Health Insurance Program doesn't get funded. So we should admit smokers deserve special thanks. I'm asking any who sympathize with the tobacco-using citizen who suffers exile (and "sin tax" punishment ever more cruel and unusual) to "Share" or link to this song if they like it.
Verse 1: No, you can't bum a cigarette But, I'll sell ya one That's gonna be forty cents I need the mon' I need four & a half cents for the re-hab groups And twelve for the pensions trust We need two point five for surveillance tech' now There's violators to bust My supplier kept him a penny, so I'm keepin' one for my fuss That leaves the other nineteen for the nanny state taking such good care of us! CHORUS: Oh, what a soldier has to do to have a smoke! It really is a pity Yeah, in the P.O.W. camp they made of the city A smoker's choice, p-lain as can be It's either exile or captivity And those actuarial tables, the better for us all if there's a proper skew So if you're not buying cigarettes then what kind of citizen are you?
Vs.2. You don't just light up a cigarette But, it can be done In the big house or the Big Apple They make exceptions for some Tell them you've got the license to fuss and fume And children's healthcare is riding on you If it rides on the air in a cigarette plume now, Ain't that the least you can do? And ah, you can keep your peace with the system, you let the system have a piece of you And you laugh at the joke if you wanta have a smoke, well it's some kind of exile you choose! ...IF YOU'RE NOT BUYING CIGARETTES THEN WHAT KIND OF CITIZEN ARE YOU?