|Well, you see now
|I'm a depression baby
|And I remember the WPA
|If we could just start the same thing again
|And get people working out
|There, why not?
|Is it too menial for somebody to sweep the street?
|And if you've got enough money where you don't have to work
|Let's face it, who wants to work?
|There's no reason why anybody
|That five generations of people
|Got to be on welfare
|I had one gentlemen get in ---
|No offense to you gentlemen, he had long hair and a beard --
|And I told him,
|He had better go home and take a bath;
|He had B.O. so bad, it was terrible
|I said "You might be educated,
|But did your parents tell you to go dirty?"
|See the latest issue
|Hard up, see
|Kids nowadays, that's the whole thing
|Too much money, they've got too much money
|They don't have to struggle and work for things
|Like when I was growing up had to do
|And I was lucky if I got that job
|Delivering hats in a hat store
|For twenty-five cents per hat
|Too much money today is with the young kids
|Everything was handed to 'em,
|And that's why they are the way they are