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Goodbye to the summer, sold down the river
Unhappy ever after, well did you ever
Did you ever reach for the glued-down penny?
Same old joke and it's not funny
Burns are red, bruises blue, out with the old, cheated by the new

Do you suffer from long-term memory loss? I don't remember
Do you suffer from long-term memory loss? I don't remember

You sing the same old verse, stick like glue for better or worse
What goes around comes around again, again, again
This heart's pulled apart, hydra fighting head to head
Burns are red, bruises blue, out with the old, cheated by the new

Do you suffer from long-term memory loss? I don't remember
Do you suffer from long-term memory loss? I don't remember

(Ooh, ooh) Am-ne-si-a (Ooh, ooh, ooh)

Do you suffer from long-term memory loss? I don't remember
Do you suffer from long-term memory loss? I don't remember
Do you suffer from long-term memory loss? I don't remember
Do you suffer from long-term memory loss? I don't remember (remember, remember, remember, remember)

'ЂњCut the head in half using a band saw and scoop the brains out. Blast the brain out with water or air. Suck the brain out through the hole in the head.'Ђќ

("What about free speech?")
("What about free speech?")
("What about free speech?")
"But that's not the point you're giving this place a bad name, I've got my position to think of."



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