Embrace Change

Embrace change, my friend,

Buy a bookmark for a dollar,

See your daughters’ skirts slowly shrink,

And see her out with a fellah;

Have a drink or two of something new,

Your black is now my colour;

As people we will stick together,

With slaves we’ll start to holler.

Here times ebb and flow,

Family planning becomes a must,

Yet the Old Religion stays behind,

As, publically, we show our lust.

Keep up, my good chum,

And soon you’ll see the world

Through new glowing eyes-

One day, we’ll save this world.

The End

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