Another day in hell and the minions carry out,
The politicians’ mandate to cover up your snout.
We get the daily news to instill the daily fear,
With officials smiling, “Don’t give up” and “Have another beer,”
we shudder quite inside our homes and only do “fist pump,”
Because they all have got us (pause) by the shortest hair,
And love to tell us “Wash your hands” and also to “Beware,”
Because, in hell, it’s fear that makes them feel so fine,
‘Cause fear can keep us all controlled.
“Don’t send no Valentine.”