"The One Armed Boxer vs. the Flying Guillotine [" as written by Derek Alan Bloom, James Darrell Hargrove, Travis Brandon Richter and Jon Weisberg....
Kill the lights!
Hello ladies and gentlemen,
I'm glad you've graced me with your presence
You're in time to see me wrestling my conscience, staring into silence
You see I came to save the stage
And I hope I'm not too late, passion called
From back behind the curtain screaming, "Sonny this is urgent"
Fill these 50 persons with a purpose
But don't just give it away
Inspiration isn't cheap these days
You better make them earn it
(You better, make them earn it, make them earn it)
Hello ladies and gentlemen,
I'm glad you've graced me with your presence
You're in time to see me wrestling my conscience, staring into silence
You see I came to save the stage
And I hope I'm not too late, passion called
From back behind the curtain screaming, "Sonny this is urgent"
How do I address the letter to my generation?
"Sonny" she said "save yourself the postage"
How do I address a letter to my generation?
"Sonny" she said "sing it in person"


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"The One Armed Boxer vs. the Flying Guillotine" as written by James Darrell Hargrove Derek Alan Bloom

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