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Smiling fins


That one gives it to me ball

I crisped in voice as I slanged in the cross

Thou art ample enough to set aside a remark? 

Instead of throwing the entire game sampled…

Only ever enlarging to soon become trampled? 

Well...up above the mantel

A women holds out an anvil

And then she adds mandible

Oh she is an outrageous cannibal! 

Oh sin, 
what do hard smarts win them? 

Oh perceptions held-in...

Is the legendary hand just a spectacle? 

Is it impressible


Between eggshells and foreign cocktail's?
-or footmen with orange pigtails?

Ringing every bell

Never counting on my mind, 
turning into a smell

Butts touch whales! 

If the inhaler inhales,
then sit on a whale-
hold out your hands oh so pail



It's a dream my friend

With too much reason the rhymes fail

Even strong arms become weighed down by the sails...

It's in a song where my fins sing within la's la's and ley ley's-
Dustying heydays going out by the layaway's

Coming on strong because I say I say-
caffine and a bong -on my way today

Here it comes,
I move across the way

I beat up the wrong tongue,
and he hits back harder than the midday sun

I was never wrong because I won! 

In the game of life you have to be fun! 

Just keep on moving and never run

Never ever run!

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