Take advantage of the giver,
Contract the most from the poor,
Ruthlessly squeeze a dissenter;
Make sure you always have more.
Destroy all who stand in your way,
Crush them with luscious burdens too heavy to bear;
In secret a man you may slay,
But hate with the pretense you care.
Play up to those in power positions,
Use a lesser man, then throw him away,
Life is but sly colored contradictions
And money shapes man’s will like clay.
Remember, humanity is easily fooled
And false reality is a useful disease;
By a flattering tongue, most are easily schooled,
And they’ll blindly serve your pleasure’s ease.