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MAY IT PLEASE YOUR HIGHNESS, MAY I SAY
I HAVE TRAVELLED MILES AND MILES THIS DAY
TO SHOW THE WORLD ONE THING ALAS
MY DEEP ESTEEM AS I KISS YOUR ASS!

OLE FISHER AMES WORE US DOWN
HE SPOKE THE TRUTH IN THE CAPITOL TOWN
HOW UNUSUAL IT IS TO THIS DAY
HE DIDN'T JUST SPEAK HE HAD HIS SAY

JOHAN LUDDE AND HIS WIFE, LINNEA
BURIED 96 YEARS IN A POORLY TENDED GRAVE
DOES ANYBODY KNOW OR ANYONE CARE
THAT THIS LONG GONE COUPLE IS LYING THERE

YOUNG SOFIA PASSED AT THE AGE OF 15
SHE LIVED ‘TIL EIGHTEEN SIXTY THREE
DOES ANYONE VISIT HER HALLOWED SPACE?
WILL SOMEONE, ANYONE BOW AT THIS PLACE?

St. Pete’s Beach/Hamden, August 2009/December 2009

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Song by Steven G. Mednick © 2010 Steven G. Mednick/Prospect Hill Words and Music

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