Ottawa, Parliament Hill protest: “Occupotty”, May 2015

When I find myself in times of trouble,

In a washroom strange to me,

Shouldn’t matter, pink or blue, let me pee.

And in my hour of darkness,

With the righteous right in front of me

They tell me they don’t like me, let me be.

Let me be, let me be
Let me be, let me be
Let me choose my washroom, let me pee.

And when the legislators
Living in the world agree,
There will be protections – to let us pee

For though they may be gender biased,
There is still a chance that they will see
That all of us are equal, let us pee.

Let us pee, let us pee
Let us pee, let us pee
Yeah, there must be protections to let us pee
Let us pee, let us pee
Let us pee, let us pee
Rescind the bad amendment, let us pee.

Let us pee, let us pee
Ah, let us pee, yeah, let us pee
Rescind the bad amendment, let us pee

And when the night is cloudy
There is still a light that shines on me
Shine until tomorrow, let us be

Tomorrow I will ask again,
Until just laws have come to pass
Protecting all our children, let us pee.

Let us pee, let us pee
Let us pee, yeah, let us pee
Oh, rescind the bad amendment, let us pee
Let us pee, let us pee
Let us pee, yeah, let us pee
Rescind the bad amendment, let us pee.