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MY HOME TOWN Tom Lehrer I really have a yen to go back once again, Back to that place where noone wears a frown To see once more those super special folks in my home town No feller could ignore the little next door she sure looked sweet in here first evening gown Now there's a charge for what she used to give for free in my home town I remember Dan the druggist on the corner he was never mean or ornery he was swell He killed his mother in law and ground her up real well And sprinkled just a little bit over each banana split The guy that taught us math and never took a bath acquired a certain measure of renown And after school he sold the most amazing pictures in my home town The fellow was no fool who taught our Sunday school and neither was our kindly Parson Brown I guess I'd better leave the next line out just to be safe in my home town I remember Sam he was the village idiot and though it seemed a pity it was so He loved to burn down house just to see the glow And nothing could be done because he was the mayor's son That guy who took a knife and monogrammed his wife and dropped her in the pond and watched her down Oh yes indeed those people there are just plain folks in my home town (Contributed by Paul Molloy - September 2002)

    


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