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Hello to shiny new parquet wood floors, as waxed as a wealthy girl's legs.
You promised you'd be there whenever I needed you.
When grandmama whose age is 80 in nightclubs is getting matey
Some say you killed a country, John, because of bad reviews
Of course you have a gun, and now you shoot your cousin. And it's a US gun, a gun that lost the war.
Look at the kitchen **** reeking of sweat
He told me I was sexier than Marilyn Monroe
She's like a cow. A skinny cow.
There are bridges you crossed you didn't know that you crossed until you crossed.
I'd get all these hair ribbons out of my hair, and once and for all I'd get mama out too.
I'm especially good at expectorating
We'll see justice, Sarah, and plenty of men who will stand up and give us our due.
You see, the twisty thing is broken, but I'm gonna open this damn champagne.
I'll see you soon again. I hope that when I do, it won't be on a plate.
You're at it again, you're running the game. I'm not gonna play second fiddle to that.
Look out for me, oh Muddy Water. your mysteries are deep and wide.
You can't sit here in the dark and all alone. It's a sorry sight.
In life, one has to face a huge assortment of nauseating fads and good advice.
Stones the size of giants in a perfect circle
Our mothers all are junkies, our fathers all are drunks.
Please don't make me love you. Please don't make me need you.
Wives don't want divorces there, the men are strong as horses there
Play it on your Stradivary. He's not sorry, not a shred.
Brother, my brother, one blue and one grey
David walked into the valley with a stone clutched in his hand
Some girls you learn from, some you teach.
Not your hoity-toity intellectuals, not your hippy-dippy homosexuals
They tore my cotton granny dress and called me a hot and tranny mess
Man is not one, but two. He is evil and good.
So maybe, I should be some kind of laundry line. Hang your things on me and I will swing them dry.
Why bother giving me Dad's old shirt, why even intervene? Why bother wiping off all the dirt if I am still unclean?
I Am the Walrus, Fat Bottomed Girls, Yellow Submarine
My dads are my dads and all right, enough already!
It is time for us all to decide who we are.
You see, they bring their boys up different in those charming foreign ports. They play peculiar sports in shiny shirts and tiny shorts.
It's an easy mistake. I'm still called an admiral, yet I gave up the seas long ago.
With a gay midget named Karl playing Tevya and Porgie
So what if I love each feather and each spangle?
We been hawkin' headlines but we're making 'em today
In 1978 God changed his mind about black people
And how you're always turning back too late from the grass or the stick or the dog or the light
You have a story to tell, a novel you keep in a drawer (old sock drawer)

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