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Nike, like a slaver lead us
by Charles V. Gustavsen

Nike, like a slaver lead us			buying
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1.  Nike, like a slaver lead us, much we need thy great footwear.
2.  We want shoes, do thou supply us, be our vendor all the way.
3.  Early let us seek thy logo, let thy swoosh give us a thrill.

1.  With thy cute commercials feed us, for your products us prepare.
2.  With thy market research ply us, seek us when we go astray.
3.  Mighty brand and corporate Father, with thy shoes our closets fill.

chorus
Mighty Nike! Mighty Nike! we have bought thee, thine we are.
Mighty Nike! Mighty Nike! we have bought thee, thine we are.

Text: anonymous, Hymns for the consumer, 1986
Music: William B. Bradbury, Oriola, 1859