Treasure Island

Mike Farris Jr.

(October 5,1975 / Franklin In)

court time


COURT TIME


Court time tomorrow, I hope it goes well
Hope that judge is in a good mood
Hope that he relieves me from this hell
Yes your honor, no your honor
That’s all I will say
Anything to let that judge decide
That I’ll go home to stay
Hopefully he ate a good breakfast
And slept well the night before
Regardless, I know I will be nervous
When I walk through that courtroom door


Mike Farris Jr.

9/24/08

Submitted: Saturday, January 03, 2009
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