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    SONG: “How’s your Hedge Fund Now, Baby”

    By walt | December 31, 2009

    by Walt Stewart, copyright 2009

    Momma’s holding kitchen court / there’s nothing to eat

    Says she’s got to rest her weary feet    

    Ain’t seen it this bad since Papa lost the still

    When the tea pot boiled over on the S & L bill


    and Momma said to Daddy

    How’s your hedge fund now baby                 

    You still think it’s just an accident           

    It’s seven come eleven with side effects      

    these money changers got no horse sense

    She says it’s a matter of G-8’s dysfunction  

    Playing Texas hold-em at the G-twenty junction

    It’s no fun trimming hedges in the big apple

    When blind credit raters are sleeping in the temple


    Bridge: I want a raise, I want a raise….today

    In walked the judge wearing his derivative suit

    Money leaking from the soul of his boot

    Daddy says to Momma  / Where’d you get this crap?

    She Says been doing my banking at the Laundromat


    Bridge We want a raise. We want a raise ….today

    Topics: Art, Music, Songwriting, Writings | Comments Off on SONG: “How’s your Hedge Fund Now, Baby”

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