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Simpler Times

Horse driven carriages and umbrellas in the snow Grey pavement, oh so dark Gloomy every morning when the men are on the go So happy when we used to have dinner as a whole Oh my! Did you see that Mary has a telephone Fascinating is not, let's go have a look Maybe the girls and I will stop by for a cup of tea And we'll admire the Boston sky as we sip in glee Those were simpler times when we took pride in our own land Had paper maps to guide our path Went on joyous journeys, glad Those were simpler times when we took pride in our own clan What Hercules did is irrelevant To me and all my lads

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