"Little Kin" as written by and M. Houser J. Bell....
Forgive the prince for awaking rude
He heard footsteps near his head
Lady luck had made him proud
When he spends his stays in bed
Making love to the victories
Wives just paying for his head (?)
Today will outlive yesterday
As long as someone breaks the bread
He's his mamma's pride
He's his daddy's last heartbreak

Well the sunrise in the kingdom
Chicken's swooned to hear the man (?)
Some find their way onto the paintings
Others calling to the frying pan
And the farmer's wife wakes him with smiles,
Tender budging hands
Meat and wine for all as long as someone breaks the land
Meat and wine for all. long as someone breaks the land
He's got his mamma's eyes
He's got his daddy's younger hands

Sunset makes the shadows longer
But the tavern in the valley glows
Stars fly on the forest, hell,
There's a prince hanging out the window
The farmer's daughter rubs his neck
Her hands are strong from serving rum
Today gonna outlive yesterday
Tonight gonna outlive yesterday
Tonight might make for kingdoms to come
Kingdoms yet to come
Kingdoms yet to come


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"Little Kin" as written by J. Bell D. Schools

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    General CommentThis is me, JB and Schools favorite song. Schools described it as "a greasy slab of funk." Song is very personal to all...Schools in particular because he is adopted...the references to looking like one's parents and jb growlin' 'Maaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaa!' will grab you by the boo boo.
    Mitch Cumsteinon January 30, 2005   Link
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    General CommentJb's Little Kin.
    JB:1013on April 24, 2007   Link

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