Philosophy Of The Common People


                 On the first day, God created heather and Scotland

                 And the rest of the earth apparently as an afterthought

                 And on the second day he divided the waters

                 From the superior whiskey we’ve so often bought

                 On the third day God created trees and fine herbs

                 From which temptation’s apple so readily grew

                 And on the fourth day he created the housefly

                 For it seems he had nothing much better to do

                 On the fifth day God created weeds and the Irish

                 So we could curse him freely without hurting our conscience

                 And for some reason he created fruits and vegetables

                 Which forever in our heart has made absolutely no sense

                 And on the sixth day, God created woman

                 From our tired abdomen on to a pain in the rear-end

                 But on the seventh day he fashioned that leaf called tobacco. . .

                 And now the Scotsman believes that God is his friend

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