James Hart

(21.06.53 / Grappenhall, Cheshire)

By Beloved Kindle


My kindle is lost in the ocean
My kindle is lost in the sea
My kindle is lost in the ocean
O bring back my kindle to me
Bring back, bring back
O bring back my kindle to me, to me
Bring back, bring back
O bring back my kindle to me.

My brother has stolen my kindle
O why would he do that to me?
My brother has stolen my kindle
O give back my kindle to me
Give back, give back
O give back my kindle to me, to me
Give back, give back
O give back my kindle to me.

My mother has got back my kindle
My mother has given it to me
My mother has got back my kindle
And soon she will give it to me
Give it, give it
O give back my kindle to me, to me
Give back, give back
O give back my kindle to me.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 06, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, July 20, 2011
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