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and her daddy
And her little brother, Skipper who was just thirteen
(Just thirteen)

She went to church every morning
Said her prayers real loud every
Easter day was a holiday
Of all days of the year,
And all the little schoolfellows went out to play
But Sir William was not there.

Mamma went
went to town but Katy did
Katy went to town each Saturday morning to sell the eggs and buy for her and Liz
Their only needs just some salt and sugar they
of school
And the night a memory

They ate with noise food by the plates-full
But on the dance floor they were so graceful
They'd glide without a care
and folks
Neither of us asked if or when
We would see each other again
But I thought that was cool
'cause I was already late for school
By then
I
His dying barely made the morning paper
And they summed it up in twenty words or more
Killed in action leaves wife and baby
At Route 1 Box 144
fences with only one arm

On my way home from school somehow he always knew
Just when I'd come walking by
And he'd stand at the gate like the keeper
the way they always have been seen

Time went by like it always does
And they moved to another town
And the little boy went to another school
And this is
to teach my Sunday school
When I was only eight
Every week you would say a prayer
Before the class would start
One morning when you said that prayer
I asked
You used to teach my Sunday school
When I was only eight
Every week you would say a prayer
Before the class would start
One morning when you said
to teach my Sunday school
When I was only eight
Every week you would say a prayer
Before the class would start
One morning when you said that prayer
I asked
Well, it was punk-fifteen in the morning
And it was time
To stand my ground
And as the gawks and stares bombarded me
You know, I didn't even
where I grew up of the days both good and bad 
My overalls were hand-me-downs shoes full of holes 
I used to walk four miles to school every day through
to teach my Sunday school
When I was only eight
Every week you would say a prayer
Before the class would start
One morning when you said that prayer
I asked
gas in his car and roam
One night I was grounded so he went out on his own
Two o'clock in the morning, I'd just gotten to sleep
Mama took the call
homeplace where I grew up of the days both good and bad
My overalls were hand-me-downs my shoes were full of holes

I used to walk four miles to school
turn as she walked by
And as their hot eyes watched her body moving
They'd swallow hard and shake their heads and sigh

Molly went to school
Does that guy still work next door, the one with two bands that are great? Anyway, I guess I'm just calling to say I was thinking back to when we went
Santa or his sleigh
No way!

So I went back to my bed, and I curled up nice and tight
I stared out my window and I looked into the night
And then, all
the ass, bitch slapped some
Grade School High School bitch slap went nuts
I remember gettin' baptized by the Reverend
Bitch slapped the Bible out of his
homeplace where I grew up of the days both good and bad
My overalls were hand-me-downs my shoes they were full of holes
I used to walk four miles to school
Then my school days they were over and I went off to work
And my mother grew quieter and greyer
So one day I left her and went off to live
With Billy,
Santa or his sleigh...
No way!

So I went back to bed and I curled up nice and tight
I stared out my window and looked into the night
And then, all
And holy prayer  before she went to bed
Her body was immaculate, her hair was solid gold
Pretend she's still a virgin for 
But no one could
Giving into love and sharing my time
Letting someone into my misery
I told it all step by step
How I landed on the island
And how I swam across