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Smith was also fond of wearing hats.
With them he wore his fancy cravats
With a beaver tricorn and white lace bow,
He really did put on quite a show
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Smith was also fond of wearing hats.
With them he wore his fancy cravats
With a beaver tricorn and white lace bow,
He really did put on quite a show
Impressing all the very cool hepcats.
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I always thought there was something strange about Uncle Mick
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I always thought there was something strange about Uncle Mick
He would clean his arse with a kerosene lantern wick
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I always thought there was something strange about Uncle Mick
He would clean his arse with a kerosene lantern wick
until the day came, it was funny to see
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I always thought there was something strange about Uncle Mick
He would clean his arse with a kerosene lantern wick
until the day came, it was funny to see
Uncle Mick's trouser snake squirming below his knee
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I always thought there was something strange about Uncle Mick
He would clean his arse with a kerosene lantern wick
until the day came, it was funny to see
Uncle Mick's trouser snake squirming below his knee
so he stroked it until it was violently sick
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Charles and Camilla ate too many meat pies
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