"Granny Niblo" as written by Andrew Sudderth, Clifford Campbell, John Matthew Langley and Brett Stowers....
Here is the deal, you must find guesses in this room.
Cut around the block,
Shake in the boots we stocked,
I'll turn your onset to off.
Cause with patience and much practice of keeping all this clean.
Wipe the floor with rust,
Abigail's lost touch and it makes for scattered debris.

For nine years and square stars, tonight we have it all made.
For nine months, lets make much

All the bells were out of unison.
I knew not why the latitude carried on and all of our signs were made to pray to synagogues.
I was built on binds of paperback,
I knew not if the stories were told or tought.
And all of our knees were carved in sand from Leningrad.

"On", said the rod and reel, and "not a drop to drink".
"But we do", as we say, "and I'll do as I've said
Until my tongue parts the sea."
"On", said that self-defense texture of the reed.
"And it climbs, and it sings"


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"Granny Niblo" as written by Brett Stowers Andrew Sudderth

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    General CommentThe second line is definitely " 'But we say,' as we do, and I'll do as I've said"
    ahoff64on December 28, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe second line of the last verse is definitely " 'But we say,' as we do, and I'll do as I've said"
    ahoff64on December 28, 2006   Link

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