Just Do It!

“JUST DO IT”: A Matter of Perspective
Feb 22, 1999

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the kid picks up the pipe
And forces the poison through his veins

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the doctor decides to help
The bleeding man with HIV

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the old man cashes in his chips
At the ripe old middle age of 53.

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the woman goes back to school
After 25 years away.

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the little boy does not hesitate
To push the little black girl down in the mud

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the boy in the wheel chair
Decides to win a relay race

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the banker embezzles a little more dough
Into his own checking account

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the boss gives the raise
To the woman who needs it the most.

The ad many says “Just Do It”
So the athlete pops those cute little pills
That are guaranteed to make him stronger, faster

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the father keeps loving the child
Who keeps pushing him further away

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the woman forgets her diaphragm again
In the hopes of a bigger welfare check.

The ad man says “Just Do It”
So the woman takes the risk to love a “risky” man
And finally give of herself.

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