I raised you up. I put you through school.
Helped you pay for an above ground pool.
Now I spend half the day on the stool.
To my face, you call me "old fool".
Granny dumper.
I can't remember our address.
Granny dumper.
In my pants there is a mess.
Granny dumper.
Emergency room lots of tests.
Granny dumper.
They'll make you all confess.

Now I am a real old timer.
Second childhood. There's no primer.
Can't even use the stair climber.
Doctor says it's Alzheimer's.

Bed sores so bad you can see my insides.
My very own son real Jekyl and Hyde.
"Eat your baby food," he says real snide.
Sometimes he beats me, no place to hide.


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