washington-babylon: *Ahem*A long, long time agoI can still remember how that doggie used to make me smileAnd I knew if I had my chanceThat I could make that puppy danceAnd make FARK be happy for a whileBut February made me shiverWith dead squirrels he'd deliverBad news on the doorstepI couldn't take one more breathI can't remember if I criedWhen I read from the plague he'd died,But something touched me deep insideThe day my doggie diedSo bye-bye, to my doggie and I,Drove my Chevy to the levee, but the levee was dryAnd the good docs were off drinkin' whiskey and ryeSingin' "This'll be the day that you dieThis'll be the day that you die"Did you write the book of drugs IllsAnd do you have faith in shots and pillsIf the doctor tells you to?Now do you believe in cures and doughCan money save your mortal soulAnd can you teach me how to breathe real slow?Well, I know that I'm in trouble again'Cause I saw you lookin' pretty grimYou read through all my chartsMan, I just made my last post on FARK.I was a lonely basement dwelling F**kWith a pneumonic plague and fate that suckedAnd I knew I was out of luckThe day the doggie died So bye-bye, to my doggie and I,Drove my Chevy to the levee, but the levee was dryAnd the good docs were off drinkin' whiskey and ryeSingin' "This'll be the day that you dieThis'll be the day that you die"/About all I want to tackle tonight.
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