Old Man Crip
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Old man Crip came home last night
As drunk as drunk could be,
Saw a car in his garage
Where his car ought to be.
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"Pretty litle wife, my darling wife,
My dearest wife," said he,
"What is that, a car in my garage
Where my car ought to be?"
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"Silly litte fool, my darn little fool,
My son of a gun," said she,
"Can't you see it's a baby carriage
My grandma sent to me?"
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"Traveled east and I've traveled west
And I've traveled from shore to shore,
But a baby carriage with headlights on
I never seen before."
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Old man Crip came home last night
As drunk as drunk couid be,
Saw a head upon his pillow
Where his head ought to be.
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"Pretty litle wife, my darling wife,
My dearest wife," said he,
Why is there a head upon my pillow
Where my head ought to be?"
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"Silly litte fool, my darn little fool,
My son of a gun," said she,
"Can't you see it's a little baby
My grandma sent to me?"
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"Traveled east and I've traveled west
And I've traveled from shore to shore,
Little baby with a mustache on
I never seen before."

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Added by: falcanary, November 29, -0001 at 07:00pm
Reviewed by: FrancisMorin
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