The Song of Ozacua

This is the Song of Ozacua, according to
the "Masonian" Giantology tradition.

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Here's a little song you can all join in with.
It's very simple and I hope it's new.
Make your own words up, if you want to,
Any old words that you think will do.

Yellow, blue; what'll I do?
Maybe I'll just sit here thinking.
Black, white; stop the fight!
Does one of these colors ever bother you?

Here's a little dance you can all join in with.
It's very simple and I hope it's new.
Make your own steps up, if you want to,
Any old steps that you think will do.

Left, right; don't get uptight!
Keep in line and you'll be alright.
Clap hands, move around.
Make sure no one puts you down.

Here's a little world you can all join in with.
It's very simple and I hope it's new.
Make your own life up, if you want to,
Any old life that you think will do.

Love, yeah; it's nothing new.
There's someone much worse off than you are.
Help me set them free;
Just be what you want to be.

[According to the legend, words and music are by Dave Mason, as performed by Traffic.]

The Song of Ozacua, according to the Arthurian tradition.

The Song of Ozacua, according to the Bloody tradition.

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