Occupy Wall Street Theme Song

My precocious 9-year old daughter came up with the idea for this song sung to the tune of the Fraggle Rock theme song. Then, my wife and I ran with it. Enjoy!

Protest your cares away
Work is for some other slave
Taxes we don’t pay
In the USA

Corporations go away
We don’t like you anyway
But iPhones are OK
Hip, hip, hooray

The one percent must pay
Bankers must be locked away
Pound of flesh, we flay
In their chalet

Do what we say
Like Cornel West and Kanye
They love their chardonnay
They’re so soigne

Until winter we will stay
When its cold, it’s not OK
Where’s my free latte
In the USA

In the park, we’ll lay
Even though it’s a cliché
New York shall pay
To keep us at bay

Unions join the fray
It’s our way or the highway
Dressed for May Day
Marx we obey

No plan to relay
We might get there someday
Til then we will stay
Blocking your pathway

Protest your cares away
Showers for another day
Let the bongos play
In the USA

About Sean Patrick Hazlett

Finance executive, engineer, former military officer, and science fiction and horror writer. Editor of the Weird World War III anthology.
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