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Went almost full circle...
by Ed Matlack
Friday, July 25, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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After the Cordoba got repossessed

Still needed a car I guess

Went almost full circle

Buying a ‘67 Ford Galaxie 500

Was a pretty nice old car

Till a stop sign I did blow through

And hit another car, it did then lose its finesse…

 

Robins egg blue, much like this font

Even with the front end wrecked

I remained with it quite nonchalant

Lost my freedom not long after its purchase

Wouldn’t have if I had learned how

To stay less than totally erect…

 

After three years I had but seven more

But I won’t of you with the details bore

I had only cars I could personally afford

No more daddy to pay or co-sign

No matter how much I did of him implore…

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Reviewed by Georg Mateos
Lill'brother, ain't knew you one of them Wreaking Car's Derby, 'cos ya wreak a few, Mom won't be please, but bet my ass PeeWee will.

Edvard the Elder
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
Smart folks always go back - to Fords!
Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat
Ed

This is really funny, and reminescent of anyone who has owned several "clunkers". As for me, I had one. I don't drive anymore.

Mary
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
You surely owned more cars so far than most people. Now you have your boat. Are you happy with that. And you have Rufuz too, which I don't have my cocker Joy anymore. She is in doggie heaven, miss her. Take care of Rufuz, maybe a special treat today, he has been so good, hasn't he?
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