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Dearest Jed McCoy
by Jerry Robards

Wednesday, August 27, 2003

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Uneducated but in love



I got you letter, it was so sweet
I seen your shoes, you got big feet
I remember them times in the hay
You told me it was o.k. cause you was gay
I recall them hickeys down by the lake
You would scare me with your big snake
I know I was liked a long time ago
My daddy hugged and kissed me so
Your big muscles sure are fine
On some opossum we will dine
People told me you was dumb as rocks
But you was smart, you wore some socks
Big ole rats sure do scare me
I screamed so loud I had to pee
I really like your brand new dog
Iím gonna miss your old fat hog
Stay clear of my daddy for heís a boozer
I never listened when he said you was a loser
We could be so happy donít you know
My feet are ticklish but you can suck my toe
Iíll be ready to have us a baby or two
If you will just tell me what to do
I aint raising more than a dozen
Iím not your sister, just your cousin
When weíre wed I promise not to tattle
Youíre love for sheep more than cattle
Youíre so sneaky like some cat
Your heads looks big for a hat
I can tell you want me real bad
Iíll try and break up with my dad
If you and me was closer kin
Then our love wouldnít be sin
So you will have to wait till I can come
When my brothers leave Iíll give you some
My heart is glad and none can spoil it
Iíd write more but I gotta go to the toilet

Your Sweetie Pie
Jolene Hatfield

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