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Katherine said, "I don't want to wear a wig"
But I was the one, the one, the one
She cried for the shine, the shine
It hurt me to see her hurt the same

Hair fell to the ground
The ground in a mound
All that brown in a mound
My jaw fell to the ground

Katherine said, "I don't want to wear a wig"
But I was the one they called unlucky
Yet she was struck with all the bad luck
She doesn't want to hide what the knows is gone

Sinewed, shiny, fallen brown
Cancer forced it down
All that formed a mound, in a mound

No matter if you push it, shove it
It will never be you
Wigs don't fit on your head if you wishit
Wig will never be you

Wig woven, through the skin
To keep in, keep the pain
Pain is real, helps me live
Unlike this wig

Hats by the dozen keep me warm, no
Keep me here, keep me save, won't you


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