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Family Squabbles
 
Lovely lazy Daisy Esther
took her lazy day siesta,
thinking that the spell might rest her
and it blessed her, yes it blessed her.

Nasty sister, Desdemona,
would disturb and telephone her,
asked would she be an organ donor...
I'd disown her! I'd disown her!

'Being an organ donor's fine,
but this old heart keeps perfect time.
Desdemona is out of line...
she wants what's mine. She wants
what's mine.


Ever since we were very small,
she stole my dolly, stole my ball.
As I was short and she was tall,
she took it all; yes, took it all.'


Never fret, I have solution...
sister sent to institution;
she can make some restitution.
Absolution. Absolution.







Form: Monotetra


By cherryk

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