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Gregory Crockatt

Rookie (October Second Ninteen-Seventy-Four / Grace Maternity Halifax)

A Paul, Oh 'Gs D Sigh Pull

Ū R fun Ē Ē nuf 4 Ǧ , Y wood Ū 4get,4give...4tune 1A 4t.

-Sleepurrs may aireyes and learn that the way we speak is metamorphosing, Babble on. Babylon.

I don't wanna run awā y no more
I don yt wā nn ā r u n aw ā y n ō m ō rē

since I saw U I was U
sin ce Is a wU I wā s U

I gā ve U coaled shoaled errrr
I gā veU c ō al ē d sho al ē d er rrr

knē ē , elbō w, push and shiva
kn ē ē ē l b ow pus hand shi va

sō shy walked hō aum, ē t aum, z aum
sō s hywal kē d hō au met a umza um

tā ilored manned ō red tā il den
ta il ō red man ned or ed t ā il dē n

I'm afrā id of U, U'r ami.
I ma frā i do fUUr ami.... look again lō ō k a gā in.

spē aking with U is tē ase ā pril
mā y oui four fit four ā ū n i verse
mā yo ū i fō ū r fit fō ū r aun ive rse

4 4 dry wyder wyred dē ar ryde.

ass king.

fā ced with myself as a lover
fā ce d wit hm ys el fas al ō ver

asked bi God for an ē rection
as kē d big ō d fō ran ere ct i on

bē gā y, bē bi hē tells mē
bē g ā y bebi hē t ē l ē ls mē

unlearn het, drō bi-ā ses?
un le ā r n het d rō bi as ē s

butt, ā tract, hō ly!
bu tt at r act thō ly

how sit gō in?
Gods word is sō sexū al.
God swor dis sō sex ū al
G od sword i ssō se x ū al

Submitted: Monday, September 08, 2008

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