"Give to Caesar
What's his, and to God
What belongs to Him..." But
If Caesar would have it all
Nothing would be left to God;

"If a child washes his hands well
He would dine with the elders,"
It's good practice and hygienic
For a child to wash his hands
But the child that dwells long in hand washing
May meet only an empty dish;

The youths are tomorrow's leaders, they oft say
But when tomorrow refuses to come
For the youth to exercise their leadership role
Let the youth get hold of today
To make way for tomorrow;

When men fight God's fight
They think it's zeal for God's kingdom
And that they do God a huge favour
Whereas they succeed
In making Him a weakling that can't fend
For Himself and have to depend
On the power of mortals to execute His plans.