G PAUL FISHER
Everybody serves the maker,
Good spirits know who the maker is
Anything the maker wants, is brought to him,
I suppose you could say That is bis!
And it is a well known fact, you see,
Nasty symbols and signs shown to the maker,
Only reflect back to them, I see.
And you have been warned to avoid stealing from him,
Theft from the maker are not acceptable you see,
Though perhaps it is becoming known,
Thieves only get what he has no interest in, I see.
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