More To Memorize

The best lessons I've learned 'till today,
I learned them all in grade number K:
How to sign my name on the dotted line,
The number to my home phone line.

I memorized my home address.
I can stand in line without getting restless.
And if they look at me in the right way
I will do exactly what they say.

I lost my wallet the other day.
I'm not so sure I'm not happier this way.
I sent my cell phone through the washing machine.
I think I'm happier now that I'm cell phone clean.

You may think bad thoughts but do not cuss.
If they cut in line, don't make a fuss.
Wait for the stamp of the seal of approval.
If you grumble at all it's the seal of removal.

I lost my wallet the other day.
I'm not so sure I'm not happier this way.
I sent my cell phone through the washing machine.
I think I'm happier now that I'm cell phone clean.

I know my social security number.
I think my date of birth made me dumber.
They're what I need to know in the 21rst century.
Strings of numbers are the summation of me.

Every new number they give me subtracts from my soul
Every paper I sign has takes an unwritten toll

I lost my wallet the other day.
I'm not so sure I'm not happier this way.
I sent my cell phone through the washing machine.
I think I'm happier now that I'm cell phone clean.

My mother plugs herself into the car.
Down from her ear comes a thin little wire.
The Borg assimilated my father as well.
His wireless phone piece is my version of hell.

I lost my wallet the other day.
I'm not so sure I'm not happier this way.
I sent my cell phone through the washing machine.
I think I'm happier now that I'm cell phone clean.

I lost my wallet the other day.
I'm not so sure I'm not happier this way.
I sent my cell phone through the washing machine.
I think I'm happier now that I'm cell phone clean.
I'm happier now that I'm cell phone clean.
I'm cell phone clean.
Why aren't we all cell phone clean?