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Twas in the merry month of May, 
When the green buds were swellin'. 
A young man on his deathbed lay 
For the love of Barbara Allen. 

He sent
old gray mules

The farm grew to be a money maker
And the house he lived in
Grew up room by room
The boy worked hard
But soon got tired of farmin'
them ol' grey mules 

The farm grew to be a moneymaker 
And the house he lived in grew up room by room 
The boy worked hard but soon got tired
Beneath that lofty steeple
He said, "Do you Barbara, take this man
Will you be one of his people?"

And she said, "I will", and she said, "I do"
the hangman's tree
And you'll die in misery

His face remained in my eyes as I grew through the years
I practiced shooting every day while trying to hold back
were few to the treehouse tree
And never to the long rope-swing

Biff the purple bear grew sad
As he climbed down the treehouse tree
He shook his
and the breadth of China
On a horse that he grew himself
From the bark of a tree on mainland China
And he had a time yes he had the time of his life in China
He
by any rules
But one thing he knew for sure

There were a lot of changes coming
He'd best be payin' them some mind
There were a lot of changes
by any rules
But one thing he knew for sure

There were a lot of changes coming
He'd best be payin' them some mind
There were a lot of changes
On the shores of gitchgoomy by the shining big sea water
Hiawatha old and grayin' listened to the older prophet listened to Lagu
And the young men
on the screened-in porch
And I stared out past the shade tree
That my laughing daddy planted on the day that I was born

And I let time go by so slow
And I made
Protected by the warriors for the beauty in their hands
Roll back the years, roll back the years, to the river of tears

The chief he had a daughter, she
and the breadth of China
On a horse that he grew himself
From the bark of a tree on mainland China
And he had a time yes he had the time of his life in China
He
through the years 

Like a sweet magnolia tree 
My love blossomed tenderly 
My love grew sweeter through the years 

I know my baby loves me 
My baby
The Mad Hatter's Song Lyrics
Oh seekers of spring how could you not find contentment
In a time of riddling reasons in this land of the blind 
By
two girls, one a runner, one a trotter
Back then I wore briefs, tella starter, getting hotter
Then I grew yea long so I had to switch to boxers
How
out by the creek
They would meet there
He put a rose in her hair
Then she kissed him on the cheek

Those were the days of innocence
When a boy
Nature Boy
Would you look at him
Raised by wolves
Now he's in the Senate, President!

Let me show you courage, friend
Barking like a clown
When
Bermuda shorts
They had sex in Pennsylvania

A Brazilian grew a tree
A doctor in Manhattan
Saved a dying man for free
It's a miracle

Another Miracle
By
Walking down the street
By the house we knew
Weeds command the garden where
Our roses grew
Children I don't know
Climb our apple tree
And scar
They've got Bermuda shorts
They had sex in Pennsylvania

A Brazilian grew a tree
A doctor in Manhattan
Saved a dying man for free
It's a miracle
Our dad
Would send us to our room
He'd be the voice of doom
He said that we would thank him later
All day
He was solid as a rock
But by eight
and the breadth of China
On a horse that he grew himself
From the bark of a tree on mainland China
And he had a time yes he had the time of his life in China
He
John Roy was a boy I knew
Since he was 3 and I was two
Grew up two little houses down from me
The only bad apples on our family tree
Kinda
Turgon Reigned 
Then Tuor was sent by Ulmo 
The lord of the ocean and sea 
To tell the people of Gondolin 
Prepare to fight or flee 

But Turgon he