D.N.A (Roger Gall) Natural Selection, Darwin said I thought I chose you but instead The genes in my jeans had their way I didn't seem to have a say Apples and oranges, chalk and cheese There's different fruit from the same trees From where do they come, these traits you see? The bad ones from you, the good ones from me Hey, hey, hey, It's just the way They call it D.N.A. That's what they say It's only D.N.A. I wanted my son to be strong To lift weights and run all day long But he wants to study all the time I know he's yours but is he mine All those deposits in sperm banks A lot of hard work and many thanks For a father you've chosen Professor So and So But your son could turn out to be Frank Bruno Hey, hey, hey, It's just the way They call it D.N.A. That's what they say It's only D.N.A. RGl oct00
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