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repay the debt of old

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repay the debt of old

Yes the wheel still turns, and we feel the bite ....another time and yet we might, repay the debt of old.... Great Grandaddy had a sister sure, who was my wifes' Ancestor, did time together, children bore, and the dice was surely rolled, perhaps we have to do our time, with mismatched partners in the crime, the balance stick begins to chime, times up, a bell is tolled? The dice is surely rolled, chance meeting's surely gold, the hungry eyes seek 2 enfold, wheel a turning for the soul, the next event is waiting, still waiting 2 behold... Don Johnson

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