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McTrotsky's

"Before the Russian revolution a man from downtown Vladivostok
Made the number one worldwide hamburger multinational holding
Here it is all for you - Trotsky Burger"

Babe when the sun comes down
You've got to meet me in town
Love let the children cry
Just leave your mother sigh

Fresh meat, all vitamins now
Coming from Siberia straight in your blood
French fries, Caucase Cola, wow
Snowpies vodka flavour, Vladivostok

Trotsky Burger, guarantee new
Trotsky Burger, gonna brainwash you too
Trotsky Burger, take it away
Trotsky Burger, 24 hours a day

Dad can't you see my hand
You've got to understand
Red doesn't mean you're dead
The waitress is good in bed

Fresh meat, all vitamins now
Coming from Siberia straight in your blood
French fries, Caucase Cola, wow
Snowpies vodka flavour, Vladivostok

Trotsky Burger, guarantee new
Trotsky Burger, gonna brainwash you too
Trotsky Burger, take it away
Trotsky Burger, 24 hours a day

For your enjoyment, Baby B.
With love (lots of love),
From Gazebo. (or him on my behalf - or however the hech you wanna say it).
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Submitted on October 04, 2020

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Nobody Nose

19th Century Poet turned mathematician when his love interest dumped him, bereft of any reasons for her departure from his soul. more…

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