Bob A. Feldman I Miss You

  • Added on: Jun 30th, 2018 by protestfolk

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A protest folk love song from 1976 about the loss of freedom experienced when a lover is forced to return to the Death Culture office world of 9-to-5 wage slavery. (lyrics) I miss you when you work Enslaved by the corporate man I miss the food you cook I miss your loving hand; I miss your shining eyes I miss your long loose hair I miss the words you speak I miss your heartbeat near. I miss your laughter loud I miss your devoted gaze I miss your warm embrace Which brightens up the day; I miss your joyful voice I miss your companionship I miss you sitting close I miss your kissing lips. I miss your politics I miss your Irish rage I miss your Irish songs I miss the games we played; I miss the walks we took When we joked about the pigs I miss the plays we read I miss the deep passions. I miss the many pleasures That money cannot purchase I miss you being home Who needs their world of business? I miss your spirit free Not locked in the office prison I miss your rebellious flame I miss you with your weapons.

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