Samuel Gracie. - Poem by PAUL COLVIN
Young Sam he is a Rangers’ fan
From Parkhead Cross, a Glasgow man.
He left his home, down south he’d come
To stay in London town.
At Charing Cross, that’s where we met,
He’s based in Lady Skinner
And off to Fulham he will go,
That’s straight after his dinner.
I wish him well when he moves on
It’s nice to meet Glaswegians.
He’s all wrapped up and set to go,
A lovely man to know.
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