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John A. Barry

The Lyrics

No-mane bane comes; they might as well be dead,
though the kleptocrat fled.
Then the bane comes, wicked bane comes.

Briefly sun shone,
but then the sky—so grayed
(briefly sun shone down)
by guy with no pomade
(then his drones came ’round).
Briefly sun shone—then the bum’s drones.

Reign of a swine,
time, brief for sunshine.

He will show them that he can start the pain
(when the bane comes ’round). . .
oligarchic reign
(when the bane comes ’round).
He will show them; maybe croak them

Reign of a swine,
time, brief for sunshine.

All should fear him, the man with dome that shines
(with a dome that shines).
His teeth are sharp as tines
(teeth sharp as Vlad’s tines).
All should fear him, like blood-smear him*

on enam enab semoc yeht thgim sa llew eb daed

*Vlad “The Impaler” Tepes, the model for “Dracula”

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