I hear America eating,250 million strong
And I, alas, also, am compelled to eat along...
The overworked lawyer, as he grabs his Latte Grande
The college student, too, 2 doughnuts start the day.
The busy plastic surgeon, as he cauturizes blood and blub
As America is eating, so grows our butts and tubs.
And I said
"What gives, America?"
We are a great nation, thousands of foods flood our shores
Yet we eat ourselves to bed and the fire dept has to cut down
We're not happy anymore, obesity is sad
When it prematurely takes both moms and dads.
The crunch of the super-hydrogenated potato chip
And the scratching of the intern's pen,filling out the death report.
I have a dream...a healthier America. A salad on every plate, a decent BMI,
and a chronic disease rate half of what it is now. And then, maybe,we'll be singing again.