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Bubba's Limousine

Bubba’s Limousine

By Elton Camp

Bubba made his living as a car thief
But the latest one brought him grief

For he saw a good chance one day
Took it from the governor’s driveway

The chauffeur had left the keys inside
In a limousine, Bubba never had a ride

It was the most elegant car he’d seen
He grinned as he drove the fine machine

Bubba messed up and he could tell it
No buyer found when he tried to sell it

A limousine is far too easy to identify
And a vehicle title he couldn’t supply

“They’re cowards, but I ain’t afeared.
That’s the silliest thing I’ve heared.”

Though in a house trailer he does reside,
Bubba now has a limo parked alongside

So when Bubba drives to the beer store,
He gets a lot more respect than before

And now he has room for all his clan
He likes it a lot better than his old van

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