You never taught me anything bad
But when you hid in the toilets
Thinking I couldn’t possibly smell them
Well you were wrong ‘cos my little nostril picked them.
And whenever you smoke, I am smoking too.
I know I have no say as this is your car
But as the air conditioner blows so fast
Reaching me sitted at the back
There’s no need to seek my view
‘Cos you already know the damage you do
For when you smoke, I am smoking too.
Always with your cigarette pack and lighter
With your office smelling like a tobacco factory
And your ash tray never empty
No need to ask why I’m coughing
‘Cos truth be told, we’ve both been smoking.
As anytime you smoke, I am smoking too.
Dear Television star
I have always admired you from afar
As you roll the cigar and look cool
I long to do it just the way you do.
I really don’t care if you light it or not
It doesn’t matter if you like it or not
The only thing that matters is that like you, I am smoking too.
(Dangers of passive or second hand smoke almost equal to dangers of actual smoking.)