Dear Oma,
Don't forget me now. I won't forget the way you waxed
your eye-brow. It's in your will.

Just writing to say hi.
Sometimes, people die.
You'll pull through all right.
Although tears still fall at night.

Out of Austria you fled.
Now Czechoslovakia is dead.
History flew by while you were alive.
And you could see...

that everybody knows: What you got don't compare to what you need.

One million dollars and a marketing scheme.
Now that's the American dream.
You sure seemed to get by just fine.
Except for one summertime.

But the forties are gone and here's the millennium.
New problems faced with more to come.
I just wish we weren't so naive.
Then we might see...

that everybody knows: What you got don't compare to what you need.

A sign of life is all we need to know you're all right.


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