We touch your face on all the coins
But few stores wish to cash your bills
You’re pictured on medals of eternal valor
Stamped on metals no one values
How are you today, Dear Leader?
Where are you going?
You’ve called up the troops, most battles won
We’ve near achieved victory over the sun
Yet not enough gravel to cover the corpses
Too little slate to carve their headstones
How are you today, dear leader?
Where are we going?
Dogs won’t cease barking, most can’t find food
Guarding new highways that lead to the capital
Your son the smartest man in the land
But can’t read the writing slapped on the wall
Where might you be tomorrow, great leader?
Where can we find you?