An Inequality

(To the tune of “My Very Good Friend”)

I know wonderful guys within our land
Whose love some folks don’t understand
There’s things they have to both withstand
Because there is – an inequality

Two ladies I know in Kokomo
Have been together high and low
But haven’t got a ring to show
Because you know – of inequality

And there are very many things they can’t do
That others take as simple fact
They just might lose their jobs, it is true
And other things with big impact

But there’s very good news in many towns
The law is turning things around
And this is really quite profound
To rectify – an inequality

Instrumental

And there are very many things they can’t do
That others take as simple fact
They just might lose their jobs, it is true
And other things with big impact

But there’s very good news in many towns
The law is turning things around
And this is really quite profound
To rectify – an inequality

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