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There's a man who takes your wallet
There's a man who takes your beer
There's a man who takes your woman
There's a man who just takes you

He's a government official
That's what his papers say
He's a government official
And he takes you every day

There's a man who takes your cigarettes
There's a man who takes your car
There's a man who takes the piss out of you
But the biggest thief by far

He's a government official
Knocking on your door
He's a government official
Coming back for more

He's organised
Organised crime
Organised crime

He's organised
Organised crime
Organised crime

There's a man who takes your petrol
There's a man who takes your food
There's a man who takes your place in the queue
There's a man who just takes you

He's a government official
Checking up on you
He's a government official
There's nothing you can do

He's organised
Organised crime
Organised crime

He's organised
Organised crime
Organised crime

He's organised
Organised crime
Organised crime

He's organised
He's organised crime
Organised crime



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