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Lou Reed – Courtly Orangutans lyrics
[Hop Frog:]
Tomorrow is the seasonal ball
I propose costumes for you
and the honourable ministers to wear
[Hop Frog:]
All dress as orangutans
All your guests will run and scream
with their mouths agape
And try to hide
And you Sire will have last laugh
For such imperial cunning

[Hop Frog:]
I will reach, restore wrong
I will torture you
I will burn you
My prince
My prince
You light a fire .......
Burn, monkeys

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