Women at home in Victorian America
Women at home in Victorian America
I lost my lamp in Victorian America
It was the brightest, light I'd ever see

She lost her home in Victorian America
It was the biggest thing she's ever known
And it was there, she lost hope in America

I hope that you listen up America
Now that the bones are laid upon the grave
A giant flood, oh took Louisiana
But it took more than just the city of New Orleans

I hope that you listen up America
Now that the bones are laid upon the grave
A giant flood, oh took Louisiana
But it took more than just the city of New Orleans

Women at home in Victorian America
I lost my lamp in Victorian America
It was the brightest, light I'd ever see


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