Jaws all drop at the candyshop when we walk in the store It's a frightening display Mothers hide their children's eyes and hurry toward the door I don't even want to know the things that they will say
But they can't take our love away
We try to eat on Crawford Street on a summer afternoon We're just met with cold dismay The owner storms the table and he takes away my spoon, and says "We're not some kind of new cafe Where freaks like you are on display"
But he can't take our love away
Whoever said that love is blind, didn't understand mankind What he really meant to say, was love can't see... shades of grey
The fat old boys in Washington, they like to kill our fun fun fun Man, they sure don't like to play They care more about the bedroom than they do about the boardroom That's the price we gotta pay