THAT'S ALL RIGHT MAMA.

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A GIRL AND HER MOTHER AND DEATH.

Submitted: August 22, 2008

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That’s all right, Mama,
Don’t worry about
Me, I’m in the woods
With weird Willie Lee;

You’ll never guess what
He’s doing with me,
I don’t think he loves
Me much, just loves to

Touch and such and such.
That’s all right, Mama,
Take your ease, I’m just
Here trying to please

With this strange strip tease,
With weird Willie Lee,
He won’t let me be,
Beneath the dark trees,

As I try to please.
That’s all right, Mama,
Lay down your sick head,
I’m lying here dead

Under this tree, killed
By weird Willie lee,
After he softly
Said, what the heck and

Broke my neck, and laid
Me here, cold and still
Up in the wild woods,
Here on the high hill.


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