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GUEST,PMB Best Line in a Song (102* d) RE: Best Line in a Song 04 Mar 08

Tom Lehrer. But I prefer THIS sort of stuff:

Sweeney the thin-groined it is,
in the middle of the yew;
life is very bare here,
piteous Christ, it is cheerless.

Grey branches have hurt me,
they have pierced my calves,
I hang here in the yew-tree above,
without chessmen, no womantryst.

I can put no faith in humans
in the place they are;
watercress at evening is my lot,
I will not come down.

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