The Lady in Red
Tune:  Itself 

'Twas a cold winter's evening,
The guests were all leaving,
O'Leary was closing the bar,

When he turned and he said
To the lady in red,
"Get out, you can't stay where you are."

She shed a sad tear
In her bucket of beer
as she thought of the cold night ahead,

When a gentleman dapper
Stepped out of the crapper
and these are the words that he said:

"Her mother never told her
The things a young girl should know.
About the ways of Hashers,
And how they come and go. (mostly cum) (never go)

Now age has taken her beauty,
And sin has left its sad scar;
So remember your mothers and sisters, boys,
And let her sleep under the bar."

Drink it down, down, down, down,


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Created   :   2003 August 27
Modified   :   2003 September 19; 2004 March 3; October 26; 2005 November 11; 2006 January 28: 2010 February 24
Author   :   Jeff "Little Head" Hutchinson
E-mail   :   Hutchinson dot Jeff at gmail dot com
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Copyright   :   2003-2010