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It happened so quickly before he could know

She was gone, far gone

Far from the castle, the diamonds and things

She had worn to the ball

There was a note that she carefully wrote

Signed it best wishes to all

Oh you struggled so hard to be king

Working night and day

Dreaming of only one thing, never a holiday

Somewhere along the way

You forgot that I needed a man

"King's Song" - Jim Croce

Word up: Summer

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No booze to lick our head

Now we can't lose in life way

No booze to lick our head

Got to stay a light in darkness

And everyone is happy tonight

But not because of the world

But not because of the world

And I know there'll be no fight

In such a Conscious Party

"Conscious Party" ~ Ziggy Marley

Word Up: research

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When all of your friends have gone away,

unwilling to put up with the danger

that lies in each spiteful word you say,

you'll have made yourself a perfect stranger;

baying at the moon both night and day

you'll be left, a greying wolf in a manger.

"Crying Wolf" - Peter Hammil

word up: suzette

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"The waiter he was handsome and he wore a powder blue cape.

I ordered up some suzette, I said "Could you please make that crepe?"

Just then the whole kitchen exploded from boiling fat -

Food was flyin' everywhere - I left without my hat."

Bob Dylan's 115th Dream - Bob Dylan

Word up: Mary

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And then along comes Mary

And does she want to see the stains, the dead remains of all the pains

She left the night before

Or will their waking eyes reflect the lies, and make them

Realize their urgent cry for sight no more

When we met I was sure out to lunch

Now my empty cup tastes as sweet as the punch

Along Comes Mary-Association

Word up: Joe

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Oh dirty Maggie Mae they have taken her away

And she never walk down Lime Street any more

Oh the judge he guilty found her

For robbing a homeward bounder

That dirty no good robbin' Maggie Mae

To the port of Liverpool

They returned me to

Two pounds ten a week, that was my pay

The Beatles ~ Maggie Mae

Word Up orange

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