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Bill Doggett and Earl Bostic: Trading Licks
a great compilation
always reminds me of Ken
probably still at work
Your blow my mind
With all your lies
My soul is broken
And my heart dies
July: the heat sears everything but those sheltered in the shadows.
In an irony, my day starts thinking of its end.
I am drenched in sweat; my gaze piercing through the translucent window,
now opaque in the layers of dust and of cobwebs and of time.
Sweet September is coming home soon
Just count the hours till the autumn moon
When we shall see that crest of gold
And stars like diamonds we'll behold.
Falling in love in September
Is now once more true
While the wishing stars ember
In the faint night to renew
I cannot walk properly after the gun shot,
But you were the very hunter who shot my leg.
Your gun shot was aimed at my back like,
A virgin lady without a pot;
Greyly hangs the sky
And chilly winds moan winter to the eves
As, pulling covers close 'gainst draughty day
I catch the sighing of the trees.
Failing to understand
why our nation is great,
an opportunity was sought
by souls cowardly lying in wait.