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Raggedy Ann
 
In her younger days she was
a movie star
Today she's just filled with
memories and pain
As she walks the streets
today they stare
Yelling out there goes old
Raggedy Ann
She can't recall the last time
she had a hug
Or even felt the warmth of
anothers arms
So she just turns her head
and shrugs
As she here's another yell
there goes Raggedy Ann
Raggedy Ann you used to
open the eyes of men
With your satin lace blouse
and diamonds back then
Today you live your life in
this world of hell
With your nights in boxes
and riding the rail
Those years have past since
your lips of red
To this life of tears without a
fan
Even your family left you
begging for bread
And today they call you
Raggedy Ann
Raggedy Ann you used to
open the eyes of men
With your satin lace blouse
and diamonds back then
Today you live your life in
this world of hell
With your nights in boxes
and riding the rail

By George_Martin

© 2015 George_Martin (All rights reserved)

 

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