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BULL IN A CHINA SHOP



Just like a bull in a china shop
This evil man must be stopped,
Like china broken at his feet
He fills our souls with defeat;
Our dreams are all torn apart
The way Jeffy broke our hearts.

Kennett’s a bull in a china shop
His government is a flop,
He believes in only tearing down
It’s easier than building up;
He is an evil leering clown
His awful brew is being supped.

He’s tearing down all our dreams
Giving us all nightmares instead,
He’s even more depraved than he seems
Kind thoughts are banned from his head;
His eye has got an evil gleam
As he plans the things we all dread.

He’s a bull in a china shop
Breaking all our dreams and hopes,
He’s like a California cop
With a black man by the throat;
This state is coming to a stop
Because he’s given it the chop.

THE END
© Copyright 2021 Philip Roberts
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Jeff Kennett was like a bull in a China shop as he rampaged around destroying everything in sight, bringing totalitarian laws to enslave the working class, forcing the working class to work unlimited hours without overtime rates, terrorising the poor and unemployed, driving a million terrified Victorians interstate in seven years which seemed like decades!

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