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Every town
I mean town or city
Has one
And it aint pretty
There’s this old, red brick building
Nothin on either side 
No place for a dealer or his junky to hide
Hell no!
This wreck’s been boarded-up for years
Everything all round’s been torn down
Once in a while some truck’ll  bump passed
Along a street what’s seen its last 
Pavin when “Toots” Mazzini was gassed
No! This dump is isolated
Few pass by
I’m lookin cause I live in a junk torino nearby
Well, so what?
So. Gottta scratch my head about the damn AD
Freshly painted each year
On side ‘o this pile ‘o old read brick

Dave Austin


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  1. Date: 10/20/2014 4:53:00 PM

    and nothing ever changes and nothing stays the same and everything is so familiar...Love It!
  1. Date: 10/20/2014 1:42:00 PM

    Baha, I love it Dave. It's so true.