I don’t know just what possessed you
If I were a cop I’d arrest you
Mom, what’s going on?
I know to you, it seemed like trash
But did you have to do something quite so rash?
Dad, this is really bad

You threw out my Nancy Drew books
My model horses from Massachusetts
All my Barbies and all my Kens
My stuffed animals, my childhood friends
I had never forgotten about them
How do I get along without them?
I feel so unsteady
Oh Nancy, I miss you already

I know I seem a bit emphatic
After all, you just cleaned out the attic
But still, I feel ill
I collected all fifty-six
And you threw them out
You’re both such pricks
Oh, I miss them so

You threw out my Nancy Drew books
My model horses from Massachusetts
All my Barbies and all my Kens
My stuffed animals, my childhood friends
I had never forgotten about them
How do I get along without them?
I feel so unsteady
Oh Nancy, I miss you already

“The Mystery of the Ivory Charm”
And “The Secret of Red Gate Farm”
“The Message in the Hollow Oak”
And “The Clue in the Old Stagecoach”
“The Mystery at Lilac Inn”
And “The Mysterious Mannequin”
“The Clue in the Crumbling Wall”
And “The Ghost of Blackwood Hall”

I read them all, they were the best
How will you two ever rest?
I loved them each and every one
Oh, what the hell have you done?
You threw out my Nancy Drew books
My model horses from Massachusetts
All my Barbies and all my Kens
My stuffed animals, my childhood friends
I had never forgotten about them
How do I get along without them?
I feel so unsteady
Oh Nancy, I miss you already


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