Didn’t think I’d go without an April 15 TAX day post, did ya?

Posted By on April 15, 2010

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One for you and nineteen for me … ‘Cause I’m the taxman. Yeah, I’m the taxman.”

The Beatles’ -1966 album Revolver: Taxman

Taxmanwritten by George Harrison, performed by The Beatles’

revolver Let me tell you
How it will be.
There’s one for you,
Nineteen for me,
‘Cause I’m the taxman.
Yeah, I’m the taxman.
Should five percent
Appear too small,
Be thankful I don’t
Take it all.
‘Cause I’m the taxman.
Yeah, I’m the taxman.
If you drive a car,
I’ll tax the street.
If you drive to city,
I’ll tax your seat.
If you get too cold,
I’ll tax the heat.
If you take a walk,
I’ll tax your feet.
Taxman!
‘Cause I’m the taxman.
Yeah, I’m the taxman.
Don’t ask me what I want it for,
(Uh-uh, Mr. Wilson.)
If you don’t want to pay some more.
(Uh-uh, Mr. Heath.)
‘Cause I’m the taxman.
Yeah, I’m the taxman.
And my advice to
Those who die.
(Taxman!)
Declare the pennies
On your eyes.
(Taxman!)
‘Cause I’m the taxman.
Yeah, I’m the taxman,
And you’re working for no one but me.

(Taxman!)

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