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Haikus Lyrics

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"Haikus" is track #10 on the album Words Words Words.
"Haikus" is track #10 on the album Words Words Words.

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I saw a rainbow on the day my grandma died; fucking lesbian
For 15 cents a day you can feed an African; they eat pennies
Old peoples' skin sags because it is being pulled toward the underworld
A kid insulted my mother, so I said: "Yo momma is so black"
Do unto other as you would have them do to you; said the rapist
My aunt used to say: "Slow and steady wins the race." She died in a fire
Those in glass houses shouldn't throw stones; or masturbate during the daytime
Even if he is your friend, never, ever call an Asian person
Bono; If you want to help poor people, sell your tinted shades you cunt

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