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DAKOTA AUSTIN

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### “CHRISTMAS FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS” ###


CHRISTMAS FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS
Have lots of fun
But not much cash
Help a neighbor when in need
Our hearts are not full of greed
We pay our taxes yes indeed
CHRISTMAS FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS
CHRISTMAS FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS
Though there’s not much dough to spare
Do what we can to show we care
Bringing joy from door to door
And try our best to help the poor
CHRISTMAS FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS
CHRISTMAS FOR THE MIDDLE CLASS

Submitted: Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Edited: Saturday, January 08, 2011

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  • Rookie - 10 Points Poet Dragon (8/7/2012 1:18:00 PM)

    T. Tim was a rich man
    he could afford a crutch
    His dad's alive and has a job
    although he claims not much

    Mid-class is a cinch, man
    when you can afford a home
    you make enough for taxes
    and ride the wave of Rome (Report) Reply

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