I'M THIN AND I'M RICH AND I'M TALL.
(A short song about power.)
When I am thinner and people are fatter
Then manners won稚 matter at all.
Just for a pastime I値l laugh at their waistline.
I知 thin and I知 rich and I知 tall.
If I were just richer they'd all take my pitcher
And pay me ten dollars a click.
Then I'd chase all those poor schleps away from my doorsteps.
The poverty smell makes me sick.
If I were just taller and people were smaller
They壇 give me their dollars so I could go spend it.
I'd look down from up there and laugh at their hair,
舛ause I知 tall and they can't buy my friendship.
I'll make up new laws, arrest Santa Claus,
And siphon the gas from their tanks.
Then just to be rude I'll sell them spoiled food,
Overcharge them a lot and say "Thanks".
'Cause I知 thin and I知 rich and I知 tall.
They love me 祖ause I致e got it all.
I can sing this all wrong 'cause the point of this song
is I知 thin and I知 rich and I知 tall.
Words and music by Jack Blanchard. Copyright ｩ 2008 Jack Blanchard Songs (BMI).
All rights reserved. Reprinted by permission of the author.