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The MAN In The Chair

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The MAN In The Chair

(The Lincoln Memorial)

Out into Space, does He seem
to stare
This once noble being fixated in
his chair
After Our fore-fathers of their fate,
he came to spare
Putting on the "Old South" a little
"wear and tear"
When He to challenge the law, had the
nerve to dare
Making for Him to abruptly, end up in the
Lord's care
Just for Changing History, now tell Me, is
that fair??

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