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I'm getting buried in the morning

I'm getting buried in the morning
I’m getting buried in the morning.
Ding,dong the bells are going to rhyme.
I am in no hurry
So do not make a flurry
And do not let me get there quite on time.
I'm get buried in the morning
I'm puzzled as I am not yet truly dead.
There must be an error,
But never mind the terror
I am thinking of those books I've never read
Put them in my coffin
And please stop that naughty laughing...
I'd like to die right here in your soft bed.
I'm getting buried in the morning...
We had to book it ten years in advance.
We are running out of space
For the human race..
But why don't we make love again,just once?
If the exertion kills me
It will surely thrill me
And I'm sorry I am too arthritic for a dance.
You may die as well..
There's no way we can tell..
So why not take this very last cha.....

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  1. Date: 5/3/2016 7:40:00 PM

    Good one Katherine! Reminds me of the olden days when people were buried alive and they started tying a string around their hand that was attached to a bell above the ground just in case…Yikes, can you imagine that?:)