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 The Talk Of The Town Love 9/12/2017
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 The Ivy Briars Love 9/10/2017
 25 Years Of Works By Mario W. Vitale Love 9/10/2017
 Don't Fear The Reaper Love 9/10/2017
 Carry On Son Love 9/10/2017
 A Romantic Encounter Love 9/10/2017
 Lines Formed On My Face And Hands Love 9/9/2017
 A Vision Of Beyond Love 9/8/2017
 Bask In The Vast Expanse Love 9/8/2017
 Keep Your Cool Love 9/8/2017
 The Dead Were Not Actually Dead Dedications 9/8/2017
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 The Hermits Request Love 9/8/2017
 Rap It Up I'll Take It Love 9/8/2017
 The Living Dead Love 9/7/2017
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 Right From The Beginning Love 9/7/2017
 Through Solace There's A Lesson Love 9/6/2017
 Burning Desire For More Yet What Love 9/6/2017
 Cold Clap In The Dark Love 9/6/2017
 Find The Cost Of Freedom Love 9/6/2017
 Beautiful Love 9/5/2017
 The Key To Success Love 9/3/2017
 When words are not enough Love 9/3/2017
 These Are The Days Love 9/3/2017
 The Artist Love 9/3/2017
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The Talk Of The Town



Here's the kid that took a crap in the urinel
they picked on him and threw his books down in the hallway
used to eat from the empty tray lunches
gave him rides home from school
kids told me I wasn't cool
yet who are they anyway
folks said he went off in the Army
many years would pass having every reason to grasp
where has he been
then I was a security guard
in a mentally insane facility
I heard his name over the loud speaker
now he was locked up for all eternity
the great Jimmy Foley
the talk of the town
a challenge to be free is a question of time

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