“Litigious Street” by Richard O’Brien & Richard F. Yates

litigious street

Sunny day,
filing the torts away,
on my way to where the lawyers meet,

can you tell me how to get,
how to get to Litigious Street?

Drawing a big, yellow birdy,
Jim Henson’s intellectual prop-er-ty.
The Count will count your money, man,

can you tell me how grouchy you’ll be,
how grouchy you’ll be living in a garbage can?

You’ve got some gall,
I mean, Snuffleupagus-sized balls,
wow, you’re in such a mess,

can you tell me where to send,
where to send the lawsuit from PBS?

Today’s letter is “S” – “S” is for “Subpoena” – you’ve been served.

—O’Brien & Yates
[Words by Richard O’Brien. Image by Richard F. Yates.]

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