It's not what sort of a person you are but your value to the State
by Francis Duggan
That is Bureaucratic thinking that some others imitate
Ask what you can do for your Country with such I don't agree
Instead ask what you can do with your gift of humanity?
Ask what you can do for others who are less well off than you
Or do you believe as many do we choose the life path we pursue?
I do not think for a moment that people wish for to be poor
It is everybody's wish I'm sure to be financially secure.
It is Bureaucratic thinking to say that he or she
Is more value to the Country than one in poverty
And so many become poorer for every millionaire
That's the side effects of Bureaucracy and is Bureaucracy fair?
It is Bureaucratic thinking for to demonize the poor
But the worthy humanatarians for poverty seeks the cure
In a World where some have too much many of malnutrition die
Ask what you can do for your country is a Bureaucratic lie.
Ask what you can do for your Country we've heard many times before
But the eagle with an injured wing o'er the valley cannot soar
And your value as a person is your value to the State
That is Bureaucratic thinking and to that I can't relate.