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Mama Always

Mama always told me to pay ‘ttention
To Follow and behave
To be still and listen
To acknowledge fellow friends and give a hearty wave

Mama always told me to pay ‘em no mind
Them Rascals who swaggered with undefined airs
So, I listened and kept calm and kind
Till them rascals found that no one cares
How they swaggered and puffed
To boost themselves

Mama always told me that I was perfect and good
As long, as I believed others were too
So I really tried, I believed I could
Be just like my perfect mama too

Mama always told me to trust
I lived in a lie
Fueled by my own mama, it fell to dust
For I found her one night
In a awful state, surrounded by bottles and bills
So I feel downhill and felt myself fly, as a kite
For my perfect mama had me killed

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