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Twas the night before Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house
Not a creature was stirring not even my spouse
As she laid there so peaceful and all so calm
I remembered last year I had her embalmed
So I got my new hand cart I got last year
And took her down stairs for what that’s not clear
I said oh look honey there is no tree
But soon realized that she could not see
So I thanked Saint Nick for all he has done
The present he brought me a new shiny gun
For when I saw George up under the tree
He was kissing and hugging my spouse you see
So as I began to unload all the rounds
They screamed and yelled till there was no sound
So I turned out the lights and went back to bed
With visions of Christmas still in my head
Merry Christmas to all and to all a goodnight
Don’t worry no more there’s no one to fight
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Posted: Dec 2010

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