Pierre Rausch

Rookie (24.01.1982 / Luxembourg)

No, but I had to badger you


Oh, they may find somewhere, where I can rest
somewhere,
But I had to badger you
And there was a gleam at his eyes
No, but I had to badger you
Professionalism, you may say
No, but I had to badger you
And he was now weary of
Professional intersts, you may say
The terrible crows bones abandoned
Bit out the bird-nest
Oh, they may find somewhere, somewhere
where I can rest
But I had to badger you
And there was a gleam at his eyes
No, but I had to badger you
They drove many of them
But I had to badger you
They sat long at
No, I had to badger you
Will be the last we'll hear
But, I had to badger you
Had passed right west
No, I had to badger you
They may have indeed
But, I had to badger
There was nothing to be done
No, I had to badger you
And twice spring

Submitted: Wednesday, August 07, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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