I was alone. You made your fortune on cellular phones. Investing was nothing when we were still young. Throw me a loan I can't afford my home. Wait for me love, I will be back when the cattle shape up. I went to Louisville, got on a train. Took it away to those wide open planes and sold my portfolio. I had a child. We named him after your dad. He liked it that way. I had a soul once. But now it's gone la da da.
Sleep little boy, it is too late for this lie down with me. Forget all your cares and sam go to sleep. I'll keep those fuckers away.

He'll come knockin' but don't let him in. he's no good.
Sin comes knockin' don't let her in. she's no good.
I'll see you in the new year. I'll be right here. If I get out early. I'll see you at Christmas dear.

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