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Morgan secret recipe part 3

The Morgans were having 
seven guests that night,
They had dinner and were 
drinking peppered ale,
The eldest son stood behind 
his father,
The rest of the family retired 
to bed ,
The stranger introduced 
his crew of men to them,
First was Billy the Damm,
He was a Chicago family man 
who lost his family by a group 
of rich boys looking for fun,
He took revenged and 
surrendered to the cops, 
But the warden freed him and 
the other five men in the 
blocks,
The word was out to take out 
their lives without a trial,
Big and powerful people who 
wanted them dead without a 
fuss, 
Second was Le Kent from 
Chinatown, 
He got mixed up in some 
triad gang fight with the 
neighbourhood blacks,
His home got burnt down and 
no one helped,
An example for saving a black 
girl from being raped,
He met his tormentors and 
burnt them all that night,
The third is Oak a big black 
mute who got almost beaten 
to death by rival gang for 
kissing one of theirs,
She died in his arms trying to 
save him from a gun shot,
He came back a year later 
and broke the backs of every 
enemy he knows,
And buried them alive in a 
huge pit twelve in all,
It was past three when they 
all went to bed, 
But in the snoring of men
Two of them were awake and 
watching over the family,
The Stranger at the window 
looking outside and the 
fourth man with deadly glaze 
at his back.

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