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Gumby (Gumby)
You should call your daughter again
Don't call me
Call your daughter

Gumby
I just can’t do anything
Can’t do anything right
Don’t ask me
If I’ll help when helping you
Just means someone to fight

It’s so hard putting on your clothes
You don’t even move to cover your skin
Why move?
Moving is how things begin

The front yard taken by the crows
Black guards with their shiny pieces of tin
So much fury you bury it in

Gumby
We should call your daughter
Please, call your daughter again
You must see
Things are getting harder and
Getting more out of hand

Dude, you’re not even that old
How bad must it be to be bad as this
All day, filling a bottomless pit?

All those trinkets bought and sold
All tokens you’ve thrown down to the abyss
There’s a bottom that you’ll never hit

And I don’t know just how you explain this
To a kid with nowhere to live
Tell her that the father she has means well
But just has nothing to give

Gumby (Gumby)
You should call your daughter again
Don't call me
Call your daughter again

Gumby (Gumby)
You should call your daughter again
Don't call me
Call your daughter


Lyrics submitted by Eamon

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