One Million Lawyers Lyrics

Tom Paxton

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album: Track 6 in album One Million Lawyers and Other Disasters
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genres: Folk, World, & Country
styles: Folk
length: 3:13

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script: Latin

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ONE MILLION LAWYERS
by Tom Paxton


Humankind has survived some disasters, I'm sure.
Like locusts and flash floods and flu.
There's never a moment when we've been secure
From the ills that the flesh is heir to.
If it isn't a war, it's some gruesome disease.
If it isn't disease, then it's war.
But there's worse still to come, and I'm asking you please
How the world's gonna take any more?


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Track Listing

  • 1 Thank You, Republic Airlines
  • 2 Yuppies in the Sky
  • 3 Who Will Feed the People?
  • 4 Sold a Hammer to the Pentagon
  • 5 Monday Morning in Paradise
  • 6 One Million Lawyers
  • 7 We Can have the Olympics Over at Our House
  • 8 Come and Grow Old With Me in Colorado
  • 9 The Day We Lost the America's Cup
  • 10 Someone's Computer
  • 11 Factory Whistle's Blowing
  • 12 If You Love That Politican
  • 13 Don't Slay That Potato