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step President Rutherford Birchard Hayes, number 19 General, Rep, Governor, Prez, and father in-between The contentious '76 election was one of note
yours and mine It's a way to honor family members down through time Birchard, Rutherford Hayes' middle name was from his ma's James Garfield, Abram
Rutherford B hayes and Gabby Hayes Marlon Perkins and Carl Perkins In the dead of night we've seen it all: Boy George in drag? Or was Maggie Thatcher RayGun
and the democrats would gloat But they're all amazed when Rutherford Hayes Wins by just one vote D:James Garfield, someone really hated Cause he was
tail bunny gonna take a trip Flyin' down into your lung Rutherford Hayes built a landing strip Built it on the tip of your tongue Startin' at your
Rutherford B. Hayes smothered in the dope smoke Folklore fools go hoping for a heroin Smoke more fool's gold, get a grip, guess again Sorta fine specimen,
Fillmore I could talk for days and days About Rutherford B. Hayes Or about the rise to power Of Dwight D. Eisenhower And few have risen farther Than Chester
on August 27th, I read William Taft, September the 15th, he was first fed October 1st came Jimmy Carter's spank to make him cry The 4th, Rutherford Hayes
matchstick away from an all-consuming blaze Counting down the days Stuck in that maze Stuck in your ways Need more time 19th in line like Rutherford B. Hayes
Rutherford Hayes said that Reconstruction's done James Garfield, 20 died from an assassin's gun Chester Arthur wanted civil service problems solved Grover
'twas throat cancer, no other reason found Rutherford B. Hayes' suffered from heart disease, then done James Garfield, by a bullet from an assassin's gun
'93, Rutherford B. Hayes died The next day in January, John Tyler ended his ride The 22nd, Lyndon Johnson, uttered his last word Woodrow Wilson lost his
Henry Harrison and Grant, no more, they grew Next, Rutherford B. Hayes measured five feet eight and one half Fillmore and Truman were five-nine, 'bout