"Matilda Smith-Williams Home for the Aged" as written by and Stephen Richard/magnus Hackett....
Matilda Smith-Williams Home For The Aged
Bingo and buggy rides
Wheelchairs and early nights
Matilda Smith-Williams Home For The Aged
And if you smuggle in
Another drop of gin
We'll take your hearing aid away
They never hear what you say
Matilda Smith-Williams Home For The Aged
A second childhood
But only if you're good
I hear Matilda passed away
Her spirit's still with us today
She watches over us
And those who make a fuss
You've never had it so good
They'd run away if they could


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"Matilda Smith-Williams Home for the Aged" as written by Stephen Richard Hackett Nick Magnus

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