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DOC WALTZ: Music

I Am Not Refuse (An Education)

(DOC WALTZ)
June 23, 2011
Music and Lyrics by Robert L. Waltz
All will be explained in due time. Sometimes, some things are left to the artist to know and the public to wonder.
I am not refuse,
I’m not the sweepings of the shop.
I am not refuse,
I’m not the sweepings of the shop.
The gilded lily cannot see the break of day,
The Queen of Weed Patch calls her children out to …play……….eh eh.

This is not high school,
You’re not the diva at the prom.
This is not high school,
You’re not the diva at the prom.
Your empty smile falls on the middle of the night,
I did my good deed, but I did not do it …right………uh uh.

The cats are barkin’,
Their claws are sharpened for the fight.
The cats are barkin’,
Their claws are sharpened for the fight.
This dead man’s walkin’ with your noose around his neck,
If he’s here talkin’ can his song be over ……yet………eh eh


BRIDGE: There is no hidin’, there is no shame
I ain’t backslidin, it’s all fair game……………
I stand accused, you run away.
We’re all confused, on judgment day……………


My ragged glory,
Ain’t up for you to be the judge.
My ragged glory,
Ain’t up for you to be the judge.
I know you’re thinkin’ that I’m ……………singin’ this to you
Someone’s mistaken… that’s what indie artists …do…………ooh ooh.