Here it comes, the moment I dread.
When everything comes true from inside my head.
Droning on and on as I heard what they said.
Now the singing and laughing, I wish I was dead.
Such a lousy tradition, who thought of this stuff?
Isn’t just growing old and tired punishment enough?
Parties and cakes and presents and fluff,
I’m a man for christ’s sake, I like things rough and tough.
I have a garage full of tools where I do man things.
Hammers and nails and the happiness it brings.
I’m not big on groups who want to visit and sing.
This stuff wouldn’t happen if I were the King.
Oh look, another shirt, some cologne and a tie.
This just sucks, no matter how hard I try.
More gifts to go, I just want to cry.
My oh my, look at the time, shouldn’t we say goodbye?
Round cakes are out now, we need a whole sheet.
There’s more room for candles, oh, isn’t that neat.
When all of them are lit the paint peels from the heat.
A pack of matches later we can all take a seat.
A celebration for others is what it’s all about.
The singing starts off low and ends with a shout,
“Happy Birthday Dad!!” was there ever a doubt?
Now I have to figure out how to blow all these sum-bitches out.