Who Am I (Whipping Boy)

It was (Handel's) opportunity, it was a gift from God He gave hope to Judie's parents, to compensate the loss Money was no object, looking for the perfect cross A thoroughbred with pedigree, good teeth and winning form At the clinic you can pick and choose from every race and creed You can have yourself an athlete or even (Mister Deeds) But you won't find gays and lesbians in the emporiums seas (seeds) Only perfect boys and girls in suburban garden dreams I've seen it on TV (These things can't do any harm) Who am I to disagree? I've seen it on TV (Seems milk and honey pie) Who am I to disagree? He's been tampering with nature, taking science a step too far Making money out of misery, playing God at the auction stall He's the father of invention, the alter-ego made flesh He's clinically efficient, there's no dust on his shelf It's a marvellous opportunity for a young man out of school Besotted by the market place and all its golden rules It's a billion dollar industry (despair then) a little hope But making babies used to be what we did behind closed doors I've seen it on TV Seems milk and honey pie Who am I to disagree? I've seen it on TV ____ ________ _____ Who am I to disagree? I'm going back to where I've been from I've seen it on TV Seems milk and honey pie Who am I to disagree? I've seen it on TV Seems milk ________ Who am I to disagree? Mmmm, who am I, Mmmm, when am I, I'll be there