Treasure Island

Rich Young

(10/10/46 / Idaho)

My In-Laws Were Outlaws

this is a true story -the story of inlaws deciding a marriage was over -inlaw interference between two people who loved each other immensely. It is a sad story becuase i doubt anyone was happy in the long run- My ex remarried but divorced again-so heres to Long Beach California lousy In-Laws-I wont say your name but u live on Los Coyotes Drive hahaha

You came to our wedding and
blessed it!

You came to my college graduation and
blessed it!

You gave me gifts
You gave me warmth

A few years passed
and I found out you were phony

Full of crap
and balony

You talked about me
behind my back

You blamed me
for any problems
in our marriage

And cursed it

You plotted and schemed
about how
to destroy it
and cursed it

Ohhhh cause My In-laws Were Outlaws

Wanted by no one
Filled with greed
Destreoyed by hate

cause My In-laws Were Outlaws

Controlling their children
interferring with their marriages

Forcing their will

Cause My In-Laws Were Outlaws

Flaunting their money
Ignoring our love
Forgetting who else blessed
our marriage
from above!

Ohhhh My in-Laws Were Outlaws

Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2008
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