Lulu

Album: Let the Dominoes Fall (2009)
  • Lulu
    Ah Lulu
    Ah

    Where the middle
    Class breaks up
    The working class
    Better wake up
    When America was dreaming
    Some pigs stole our country

    Lulu stands by her family
    With harmony and history
    There's two kinds of stories
    Either comedy or tragedy

    Lulu
    Ah Lulu
    Ah

    Lulu works all day long
    She goes 9 to 5 just
    To stay alive
    She'll do anything just
    To walk the line
    Ain't no time to wine and dine

    Her war time now in the USA
    Her husband goes far away
    Afghanistan to Iraq
    Her husband now
    Ain't comin' back

    Lulu
    Ah Lulu
    Ah

    America the beautiful
    That's what the sign said
    And I welcome every single one
    Cause I want them all to stay
    And I'll travel and I'll travel
    Til my very last day
    Through the New York harbor
    To the San Francisco bay

    Ah
    Ah

    Lulu
    Lulu
    Lulu
    Lulu Writer/s: TIMOTHY (USA) ARMSTRONG, LARS FREDERIKSEN, ROGER MATTHEW FREEMAN
    Publisher: Wixen Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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