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  Better Left Unsaid
by Jim Stewart
Monday, August 11, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.

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"Sometimes words can serve me well and sometimes words can go to Hell, for all they do." Harry Chapin.

Better Left Unsaid
By Jim Stewart c 1980

I went out drinking with the boys

I came in at at a quarter to three

And when I got home

Guess who was waiting for me.

Then she opened her mouth

And I began to say

Somethings are better left unsaid,


I went to work late again this morning

And the boss came up to me

He asked me where I had been

What had happened to me?

Then he opened his mouth

And I began to say,

Somethings are better left unsaid.


I woke up this morning

A pretty girl was laying next to me

I asked her how it had been

And she politely told me

Somethings are better left unsaid

Better left unsaid, Better left unsaid.


Better Left Unsaid

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Reviewed by Tabitha Carter
cool twist and awesome to read. I liked it.
Reviewed by Debra Baker
A great sense of humor in this write...
Reviewed by larry linville
I love your humor and this really good lesson. I know I say a lot of things are better left unsaid.

Reviewed by Ed Matlack
I better leave what I wanted to say to the "BETTER LEFT UNSAID" category...;-) ed
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Flows like a song - and you're right! I'm reminded of that line from Bambi: if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all. =] Well done, Jim.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
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