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Please don’t repeal me, please don’t replace me

Simply fix the things that don’t work or are broken

For I am still a lonely bill sitting on top of a shiny hill

And the people without healthcare have just spoken

 

I know a guy named Sidney

Thank God he had that second kidney

The lithium had taken his first one

His psychiatrist with his fat clenched fist was taken out to lunch

by every pharmaceutical rep with their company’s cool-aid punch

Oh Sidney, Sidney

He used to ride on the Hampton Jitney

But now he’s found in his bed home bound

Getting a quote on Depakote

 

The Diagnostic Statistic Manuals

Can’t predict the market on a brand new can of pills

Is it a right or a privilege?

Were we all not made in the Image

of the One who created us?

How can we care for everyone if we don’t have compassion?

Oh why don’t you cover mental illness?

I need medication to be gentle and feel less

agitated and frustrated

And now it’s really understood

It’s all because we funded Planned Parenthood

 

Please don’t repeal me, please don’t replace me

Simply fix the things that don’t work or are broken

For I am still a lonely bill sitting on top of a shiny hill

And the people without healthcare have just spoken

 

I knew a girl named Shirley

She had insurance from New Jersey

but it didn’t cover her best obstetrician

Blue Shield was tryin’ to out-network OBG-YN’s so her doc went on vacation

His passport stamped by seven nations

Oh Shirley, Shirley

Please don’t give birth two weeks early

Cause your doctor from Somalia

Is detained indefinitely while ya

Having labor pains and bad nausea

 

Does it help you sleep at night

knowing your crazy uncle living in your attic

can find it easier to buy a semi-automatic

than finding good healthcare in America?

Republicans and Democrats please don’t forget that

You work for every person so you should be certain

To care for everyone despite pre-existing conditions

 

 

I know a couple from Kentucky

They used to think that they were lucky

to be accepted by their nation, their holy union, and be patients

under each others medicare

but the coverage now they fear will soon disappear

Without generic labels they weren’t able

to afford the outrageous deductibles

And now they live in squalor

because their insurance dollar

doesn’t go as far as it used to

Free market Healthcare hasn’t proved to be

Something that is easy to accomplish, may this be our wish

 

Please don’t repeal me, please don’t replace me

Simply fix the things that don’t work or are broken

For I am still a lonely bill sitting on top of a shiny hill

And the people without healthcare have just spoken

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