Faith Betrayed: The Sale Of Love
Jimmy calmed my heart in deep depression
A balm or physic for sorrow's ceasation
While I was alone
With all my hopes in deep despair
My world has all my mother's care
Father and brothers
All climbed early on death's stair!
Jimmy's affection so fonded me
I couldn'd escape a love in he!
He too confessed and promised his love
My pleasure to him flew as a dove!
Devoted to him
My being love bound
He was my angel
My hope profound!
He wished with me
To dine a day
Enjoying a hotel or a distant cafe.
How could I deny his longings
A pleasure such as soul's wedding?
I put my labour and leisure away
To cheer my love
My love a day.
All my way my love he fired
His sparkling eyes me blushed and inspired
Brought me far-far away from there
In a large hotel as grand
We sat together in a lonely room
Together we sat hand in hand.
His cheeks looked worm
And dried lips
I kissed them soft
To meet his bliss
Eyes sportive as playing some trick!
Right them appeared a stranger
And maliciousily uttered 'well you done
Good piece choosen of many diamonds
Now take your price full fifty thousands! `
I was knocked in bed in fear
To be ravished for demons' fun.
Jimmy parted with malice smile
Said, 'Darling thanks well paid'
And waved bye-bye!
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