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The Tragic Tale Of Charles
The Tragic Tale of Charles
I know they punched him out
Twice in the eye, once in the mouth
Known as too nice and smiling
He was dark, tall, and beguiling
Not one to start a fight or pout.
He was a drunken addicted lout
That was when they punched him out
With permission of the director
The Hell's Angel came and light
Turned from shades of dark to sinister.
After midnight down at the campground
Too fond of white snow and too much money
So like Tom Thompson he wasn't homeward bound
The final drowning, the lake's his resting place
So his ...