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lyrics

Mademoiselle, I said mademoiselle
With a shape like this it's kind of hard to tell.
That I can wrap my tongue around the Liberty Bell.
Charm the suits if they's lookin' to sell.
Breed to please for the sake of class.
Breed to please for the sake of class.
Breed to please for the sake of class.
I'd give these genes divine to the aristocrass. Go!

Mademoiselle, I said mademoiselle
With a face like this it's kind of hard to tell.
I can breed to please.
Breed to please.
Breed to please.
Breed to please.

I do declare!
I saw a preacher stroke a blind man's hair.
And I been saved.
But it cos' me near a half day's pay.

Sold! To the knucklehead in bondage in the back.
To the bookie, he won't cut no slack.
Who's gonna raise my bail?!

Ahhhhhh shit.

I can breed to please. Go!

Mademoiselle, I said mademoiselle
In a place like this where the talk is stale.
Where fighting and fucking go hand in hand.
Fighting and fucking go hand in hand.
Fighting and fucking go hand in hand.
Fighting and fucking go hand in hand.
Like hands and glands!

Sold! I seen a preacher stroke a blind man's hair.
And I been saved.
But it cos' me near a half day's pay.

Sold! To the knucklehead in bondage in the back.
To the bookie, he won't cut no slack.
Who's gonna raise my bail?!

credits

from Old Fashioned Sass For The Peacock and The Voyeur, released April 11, 2003
Recorded & Engineered by Jaime Hansen

Music: Michael Franklin, Dojo Holliday, Greg Schaal, Jeff Smieding
Lyrics: Dojo Holliday

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Kentucky Gag Order Minneapolis, Minnesota

Kentucky Gag Order existed from 2001-2003.

Dojo Holliday can now be seen in Death of a Ladies Man.

Jeff Smieding's novel "The Salt Machine" can be found on Amazon.

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