"Soggy Daisy" as written by and B. Bare Jr.....
I had a nurse at home called the Soggy Daisy
Seven lonely people all died in one day
Seven people put away and forgotten
Seven people with a lifetime of wisdom for their offering

Here are some people who had loved and lived
May had done things that they wished they never did
Sometimes in life got bored and sad
May have been gay and dressed up like a bride

A great seducer, a horrible singer, an unknown psycho-killer
A devout Christian on a mission that he or she lost faith in
A hopeless romantic, a survivor of the Titanic
A small person who wished they were gigantic

A loud person who thought too much of them self
Sharp person who never knew they're better than everyone else
Great artist who knew they were sham
A lawyer always found a new way to scam

[Incomprehensible] never made one mistake
A macho man who's hard, never felt enough to break
A mother who loved too much, a brother who teases as much
A sister who spied and cried too much

A dancer who survived cancer only to die
Chicken with some manila figurative
Sneaking as to get a Libra
A Sagittarius, a person who could care less

A hair blade you or braid you
A kindergarten teacher's story
A loner, a passionate murderer, a butcher, a baker
A constant masturbator who asked me never read

A terrible reminder of the worth treasures
Inside the shoes our elders
Have been sentenced to die alone
And before you turn away from this page

Remember we'll all be there someday
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Load of hay, happy headily, lee
Pickle pink, murder way Didley, aunt May, May
Jim and Joe, Ricky Roe, Didley Doe with me alone

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