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  1.  Absolutely Nothing





Change-About Is Fair Play
by Marguerite T Lemoine

Tuesday, February 05, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Now come on boys; it's your turn to change Ho-Ho-Ho

Change About Is Fair Play

"Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater
had a wife and couldn't
keep her so
he put her in a Punpkin Shell
And there he kept her
very well"


Now, look out fellows
you can't do that
anymore


You left the back door open
and education came in


That's what War will do
After World War 2,
everything changed


It will never change back
I do not think


The old song, remember,
:How you're gonna keep
them down on the Farm,
after they've seen Parrie"( Paris)


Who will eat bread
when they can have cake


Back up now--make
room for women


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Marguerite The Little Flower
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