Lawrence S. Pertillar

Gold Star - 92,222 Points (February/'47 / Connecticut, USA)

Put Them On A Poster To Hoist Up On A Rope - Poem by Lawrence S. Pertillar

Get up!
Like you've been through it.
Get up!
To yourself prove it.
Get up...
And chase your troubles away.

Get up!
Like you've been through it.
Get up!
To yourself prove it.
Get up...
And chase your troubles away.

Singing sad blues,
Those songs have been sung!

Get up!
Like you've been through it.
Get up!
To yourself prove it.
Get up...
And chase your troubles away.

Singing sad blues,
Those songs have been sung!
With an overkill that's been long overdone.
Seek inside with faith you know that will overcome...
Those woes needing no more makeovers.

Put them on a poster to hoist up on a rope.
And announce to all you know...
You've-let -that go!

And getcha gitcha yo'self up!
Like you've been through it.
Get up!
To yourself prove it.
Get up...
And chase your troubles away.

Git-git-git get yourself up!
Like you've been through it.
Get up!
To yourself prove it.
Get up...
And chase your troubles away.

Singing sad blues,
Those songs have been sung!
With an overkill that's been long overdone.
Seek inside with faith you know that will overcome...
Those woes needing no more makeovers.

Seek inside with faith you know that will overcome...
Those woes needing no more makeovers.
Seek inside with faith you know that will overcome...
Those woes needing no more makeovers.

Singing sad blues,
Those songs have been sung!
Put them on a poster to hoist up on a rope.
And announce to all you know...
You've-let -that go!

Put them on a poster to hoist up on a rope.
Put them on a poster to hoist up on a rope.
Put them on a poster to hoist up on a rope.
And announce to all you know...
You've-let -that go!


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 24, 2011


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