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The Ballad of Mr Peckermen

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The Ballad of Mr Peckermen

Mrs. Peckermen was in love with her handsome Mr. Peckermen until one day he broke her heart. You see Mr. Peckermen loved women...all kinds of woman fat ones, skinny ones, French ones, Spanish ones, and you never new how much Mrs. Peckermen cried cuz he just couldn't make up his mind. 
No you never new how much Mrs. Peckermen cried cuz he just couldn't make up his mind.

Since the Peckermen were married he had broken his vows, so to his home she did depart.,She had her own house in Kentucky she decided now to take flight. So to her parents and Kentucky home she left one night. So to her parents and Kentucky home she left on night.

One day she was riding her horse and she stopped a man on the way. They chatted about their ranches and Mrs. Peckermen confessed she want to sell hers and move to Paris France.
The rancher always wanted to go to France too.
The rancher always wanted to go to Franch too.

They got to know each other and became very close. Mr. Peckermen arrived one day and begged her to come back to him. But there was no way Mrs, Peckermen would even think of it and told him to please leave. But there was no way Mrs, Peckermen would even think of it and told him o please leave.

The last we heard rancher and Mrs. Peckermen left off to Franch to be married, Mr. Peckermen went back home and had many affairs that didn't work....finally he took his own life.
Mr Peckermen finally he took his own life,

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  1. Date: 12/2/2013 8:03:00 PM
    Sad write but very appealing one, Julie