Lawrence S. Pertillar

(February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Super Duped


Who convinced the people,
They should feed their biased needs?

They should now see the conflicts in it.
And for them all benefits end.

Who convinced the people,
They should divide and split their ties?

Can't they now see the conflicts in it.
And for them all benefits end.

And who convinced the people,
Evilness will keep them equal?

They should now feel stupid every minute.
With a knowing they've been super duped.
Super duped and left confused.
Super duped.
Super duped and left confused.

And who convinced the people,
Evilness will keep them equal?

They should now feel stupid every minute.
With a knowing they've been super duped.

Who convinced the people,
They should feed their biased needs?

They should now see the conflicts in it.
And for them all benefits end.

Who convinced the people,
They should divide and split their ties?
They should now feel stupid every minute.
With a knowing they've been super duped.
Super duped and left confused.
Super duped.
Super duped and left confused.
Super duped.
Super duped.
Super duped and left as fools confused,
Glued.
Super duped and left as fools confused,
Glued.

Submitted: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 11, 2013

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