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Subject: ADD: Scott and Jamie (Fred Small)
From: Joe Offer
Date: 19 Apr 20 - 12:23 AM

I heard somebody sing this tonight. I'll clean this up later.

(Fred Small)

Call us America's sweethearts - we found a place in Roxbury
Where we can meet the mortgage, go to church on Sunday
I teach communion class and David leads the choir
Ten years together thinking about children

Lots of children out there - beat up, beat down, hoping for a home
And a harbor, a hand that doesn't hit
Where the form said father and mother, we had to cross it out
Father and father, that's David and me

Twelve months of waiting, suddenly two little boys on our doorstep
Scared and crying, gave them a bath and tucked them in
Three-year-old Jamie, little brother Scott
Jamie had a bruise like a boot in the middle of his back

Love is love, no matter who, no matter where
Love is love, and a child knows when it's there
They can pry away the fingers that graced these walls with dirt
They can pull us apart, they can lie, oh they can hurt
But love leaves a trace and the heart holds a place for love's return

McDonald's and K-Mart - do you know how hard it is to find kids' shoes
Scott's first haircut, grinning and a little confused
Outside the aquarium, baseball jackets red and blue
A picture is like time that's standing still

Jamie was a scrapper, he punched his brother, decked the kid next door
He threw a plate at David then ducked and cowered waiting for the blow
After supper I held him close, "You're safe here, this is your home"
And the rains came to the parched and broken earth

But the papers smelled the headlines - gay parents, two little innocent boys
TV news on the front porch, politicians made a lot of noise
Liberal governor, he gave the order
Social worker phoned, "Have them ready at three"

Picked Jamie up at daycare, kids were running shouting as they played
We didn't want to tell him, maybe the governor could have explained
Jamie was screaming when we strapped him in the welfare car
David said, "We love you," and they were gone

You find out who your friends are, some came 'round, some just let it go
Rallies on the common, people singing people saying no
This is crazy - but Scott and Jamie
Are still pinballs in a busted machine

The kitchen's clean and quiet, we changed the furniture around
Still keep Scott's rabbit - in the middle of the night sometimes I wake to the sound
Of a little one crying when there's nothing there at all
David holds me, says "Go back to sleep"


Source: LyricFind (corrected)
Songwriters: Fred Small
Scott and Jamie lyrics © Frederick E. Small D/B/A Pine Barrens Music

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Subject: ADD: I Will Stand Fast (Fred Small)
From: banjoman
Date: 18 Apr 20 - 06:26 AM

Met him at Broadstairs years ago and was very impressed. He introduced us to " I will stand fast""mwhich I think is his best song.
Have the lyrics if needed

Thread #62394   Message #1008283
Posted By: wysiwyg
26-Aug-03 - 08:59 AM
Thread Name: Song about isolation and persecution
Subject: ADD: I Will Stand Fast (Fred Small)

"Hard Times Come Again No More" can be a prayer that it never happen again. A little verse tinkering could make it apply nicely.

Instead of portraying the painful side of the isolation and persecution, why not inspire with the answer to it? "I Will Stand Fast" by Fred Small. Verse Two does not fit your occasion (it's actually an incest song), but the rest says you will not forget her/leave her alone in memory.... it says we stand fast (for her and with her) against isolation, persecution, etc.

(Fred Small)

The echoes of childhood whisper violence
Cold wind beating out of the past
Rage in your throat, muffled silence
Hold on, I will stand fast.

In the darkness your guardians had left you
Cold wind beating out of the past
None to hear your cries, none to defend you
Hold on, I will stand fast.

I will stand fast, I will stand fast
You are safe in the daylight at last
Nightmare and fear, they have no power here
I will stand fast.

I will listen to the terrors that tried you
Cold wind beating out of the past
I will cradle the child that breathes inside you
Hold on, I will stand fast.

Though you take the shape of a hundred ancient horrors
Cold wind beating out of the past
Though you strike at me and flee into your sorrow
Hold on, I will stand fast.

I will stand fast, I will stand fast
You are safe in the daylight at last
Nightmare and fear, they have no power here
I will stand fast.


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Subject: ADD: If I Were a Moose (Fred Small)
From: Joe Offer
Date: 18 Apr 20 - 03:15 AM

Found in another thread:

Thread #16400   Message #3776698
Posted By: wysiwyg
04-Mar-16 - 07:50 PM
Thread Name: Animal Songs
Subject: ADD: If I Were A Moose

If I Were A Moose
Fred Small

1. If I were a moose and you were a cow
Would you love me anyhow?
Would you introduce me to your folks
Would you tell your friends, "No moose jokes!"
If I were a moose and you were a cow

2. Would you invite me to your club
And risk a cruel bovine snub
Would you lead me down the receiving line
And boldly boast, "This moose is mine!"
Would your parents watch us graze
Shake their heads, "It's just a phase"
Or would they thank the stars above
Their precious heifer's found her love?

3. Would your grandparents change their will?
They'd really expected a Holstein bull
"For this we toiled before the plow
You bring home someone who's not even a cow
"There's lots of proper stock around
Like that nice young Guernsey at Farmer Brown's
Or that last one we ridiculed and cursed
On second thought you could do worse

4. "But if you think this thing will last
Could he learn to moo and eat our grass
Shed his antlers in the dirt
Could you persuade him to convert?"

5. If our anatomies did not quite fit
Would you make the best of it
Would you nuzzle up so near
And hum sweet cow tunes in my ear?
Or would you sadly break it off
When all the hillside sneered and scoffed
"You know these moose are all the same
They're lazy, they're stupid, they come from Maine"

6. It's true things slip a moose's mind
That cows remember all the time
Bulbous nose and knobby knees
A coat that harbors ticks and fleas
But a moose can be a handy thing
When hungry wolves come visiting
In icy gust of winter storm
Our fur is deep and dry and warm

7. And someday should your milk run dry
And farmer stare with baleful eye
In dead of night I'd slip your noose
And lead you home to the land of moose
If I were a moose and you were a cow

If hunters came to do me harm
Would you hide me in the barn
Would all the herd come on the run
And glare until they dropped their guns?

8. Might you permit a goodnight kiss
Could you learn to love wet moose lips?
If I were a moose and you were a cow
If you were a cow and I were a moose


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Subject: Lyr Add: ANNIE (Fred Small)
From: oldhippie
Date: 05 Jul 17 - 07:10 PM

ARTIST: Fred Small
TITLE: Annie
Lyrics and Chords

Annie's up at seven on a work day
Brewing up a cup of peppermint tea
Gathering her papers and lesson plans
She grabs her keys
Teaching arithmetic and Africa
Geology and girls' basketball
All the kids in her class will tell you she's the best
But she's heard other teachers in the hall saying

/ C - G - / Am D G D / Bm - Em C / G - D - /
   / G D C D / Em - C - / Am D Bm Em / A - D - /

"What are we going to do about Annie
Pretty girl like her shouldn't be alone
If she took our advice, dressed up real nice
She'd find a man to take her home"

Mondays come with questions of couples
Where and with whom did you go
Avoiding the personal pronoun
She hopes it doesn't show
Shopping with her lover in the city
Two women holding hands don't get a stare
If the kids at school knew, what would they do
Would they hate her, why should they care, tell me


Never getting too close to a student
Never letting out too much of her life
Keeping her delights and disappointments
Tucked out of sight
Annie takes herself to the Christmas party
The principal whispers with a smile
"You're vivacious and bright, if you play your cards right
There's some men here tonight worth your while," thinking


Work that you love is hard to come by
The kids she could never bear to lose
So she makes conversation out of silences
And half-truths
But at night by the fire with her lover
She looks out at the wind-driven snow
And imagines the day when she'll look in their faces
And tell everybody she knows, she'll tell them

Don't you worry about Annie
She don't lie awake and pine

/ G D C D / Em D C - / Am D Bm Em / C D G - /

Got love to fill her heart, flowers growing in the garden
Annie's doing just fine

That's a favorite of mine, Oldhippie. -Joe Offer-

Fred Small recording of "Annie":

Judge Judy Small recording of "Annie":

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Subject: ADD: Fifty-Nine Cents (Fred Small)
From: Joe Offer
Date: 04 Jul 17 - 11:47 PM

There's a nice recording on Smithsonian/Folkways by Labor Theater (New York, N.Y.) from Bottom Line: A Comedy Revue with Music on Reagonomics:

Here's my transcription of the lyrics:

(Fred Small)

High school daydreams come easy and free,
When I grow up, what could I be?
A senator, a surgeon, aim for the heights,
But the guidance office says lower my sights to

Fifty-nine cents for every man's dollar
Fifty-nine cents, it's a lowdown deal;
Fifty-nine cents makes a grown woman holler,
They give me a diploma, it's my paycheck they steal.

I'm off to college, the best I could find
To move on up and sharpen my mind;
Honors in English, but my bosses gripe,
"Shakespeare is nice, but we wish you could type."

Junior executive on my way up,
A special assistant to the man at the top;
He says I'm one in a million, but why do I find,
I get no credit now for using my mind and:

But the word is being processed in the typing pool,
A working woman ain't nobody's fool;
I'm telling the boss on Secretary's Day
You can keep your flowers, buddy, give me a raise, more than:

Fifty-nine cents for every man's dollar
Fifty-nine cents, we're ending those days;
Fifty-nine cents makes a grown woman holler,
You can keep your flowers, buddy, give me a raise.

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Subject: ADD: Fifty-Nine Cents (Fred Small)
From: Joe Offer
Date: 04 Jul 17 - 11:31 PM

(Fred Small)

High school daydreams come easy and free
When you're a working woman whatcha gonna be?
A senator, a surgeon, aim for the heights
But the guidance office says lower your sights to

Fifty-nine cents for every man's dollar
Fifty-nine cents it's a lowdown deal
Fifty-nine cents makes a grown woman holler
They give you a diploma it's your paycheck they steal.

She's off to college, the elite kind
To polish her manners, sharpen her mind
Honors in English, letter in lacrosse
Teaches her to type for her favorite boss at

Junior executive on her way up
Special assistant to the man at the top
She's one in a million and all she found
Was her own secretary now to order around at

But the word is being processed in the typing pool
A working woman ain't nobody's fool
She's telling the boss on Secretary's Day
You can keep your flowers, buddy, give me a raise more than
Fifty-nine cents for every man's dollar
Fifty-nine cents--oh, the deal has changed
Fifty-nine cents makes a grown woman holler
You can keep your flowers, buddy, give us a raise.


I couldn't find a Fred Small recording to verify these lyrics

Here's the recording by Bobbie McGee:

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Subject: RE: req/ADD: songs by Fred Small
Date: 02 Jun 17 - 04:10 AM

From Wikipedia; "Frederick Emerson Small (born November 6, 1952) is an American singer-songwriter. He began his career as a lawyer and later became a Unitarian Universalist minister.

"Among his best-known songs are "Heart of the Appaloosa," "Everything Possible," "Peace Is", and "Cranes Over Hiroshima". He is hailed by Pete Seeger as "one of America's best songwriters".

"He is currently Minister for Climate Justice at Arlington Street Church, Boston, and Director of Faith Outreach for Climate XChange, which advocates for carbon pricing legislation in Massachusetts."

Keep up the good work, Fred. We need you today more than ever.

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Subject: Lyrics-Everything Possible: Fred Small in Concert
From: Joe Offer
Date: 01 Jun 17 - 05:43 PM

Found at

Lyrics to Everything Possible: Fred Small in Concert

All lyrics Copyright Fred Small except "Rodney King's Blessing"

Guinevere and the Fire

My grandmother was born in 1900
On a farm in New South Wales
She wed a dairyman
Who liked to raise a pint of ale
The first child came when she was twenty
Five more babes in seven years
That first daughter was my mother
They called her Guinevere

Little Gwen would play beneath the willow
"Yes the Queen would love some tea"
Helped with chores that never ended
Tried to mind tried to please
Sometimes she heard the music
Wild and strange in the summer night
"They're dirty people" warned her mother
"Never go near their campfire light"

"Stay away from the camp of the blackfellas
Little white girls have disappeared
They drink and dance when the moon is red
Better never let 'em see your golden hair"

Came the winter of '27
So cold the milk froze in the pail
Her mum hung the nappies by the hearth
Her dad in town for a round of ale
A spark leapt from the fire that night
Wrapped her mother in a gown of flame
Flailing dancing in a frenzy
Falling down in voiceless pain

Stillness and the stench of burning
Then so soft 'twas like a ghost
"Fetch the Cunninghams" she whispered
"Bring me aid or I am lost"
The Cunningham house was not two miles away
And they the nearest whites
Past the camp of the Aboriginals
Past the demons of the night


"I will run to save my mother
I must go now I must fly"
Still she heard her mother's tales
Of the Devil's drums and the evil eye
Her mother's breathing ever fainter
Gwen frozen in her fright
Seven hours till dawn she waited
For the safety of the light

Now she runs till her feet are bleeding
To the house upon the hill
Now comes the doctor's wagon speeding
To her mother cold and still

They laid her down in the Nowra graveyard
From the Bible read a verse
Children sent to aunts and uncles
Some to Melbourne some to Perth
Gwen packed her canvas satchel
Could not hold the salt tears back
Turned to leave her home forever
Faced a woman gnarled and black

"Child our hearts are heavy
Grieving for your loss
We live so close by you
Why did you not come to us?
We hve salves to heal the burning
We hve herbs to stop the pain
We could have helped had we but known
To make your mother whole again"


The Other Side of the Wood

We met in the quiet of the meadow
We rambled hand in hand through the glade
We lay entwined on a pallet
Of clover and columbine made
But now the forest fills with shadows
And the raven and the wolf call your name
And you wonder how you ever came to wander
So deep into this unknown terrain

So go your way I cannot hold you
Nor would I detain you if I could
I will wait for you in the clearing
On the other side of the wood

How I would speed to your rescue
Through the darkwood so wild and overgrown
But where you go I cannot follow
The staff you hew must be your own
For my comfort would only confine you
And my love would close about you like a shroud
All my fears for you would confound you
All my fears for myself would drag you down


I know the wind will tell you stories
And every tale come to a bloody end
But somewhere in that dread parade of possibilities
Is it possible I am your friend

To walk with a companion is a blessing
To forfeit one's freedom is a curse
To open the heart's wounds is agony
To bind them tight is even worse
Wherever the light before you leads you
And whether you find me or no
My love will travel softly at your shoulder
And abide with you wherever you may go


Hot Frogs on the Loose

By the light of the Tennessee moon
From the bilious bubbles of a black lagoon
They make a hound dog howl a SWAT team swoon
Hot frogs on the loose

They've multiplied since '53
Slurping nuclear debris
Amphibious fabulous fancy free
Hot frogs on the loose

Hippity hoppity here they come
Radioactive lookin' for fun
If you kiss 'em look out for the tongue
Hot frogs on the loose

They got little skinny legs and big bug eyes
Fraternizing's not advised
They like you like they like flies
Hot frogs on the loose

They got a chicken nugget body and a whopper leap
In your bedroom while you sleep
They'll make your Geiger counter beep
Hot frogs on the loose


You can put the pedal to the metal till the rubber squeals
Squish 'em with your tires you got hot wheels
How you know how it feels to be a
Hot frog on the loose

Please do not keep them as pets
Sauteing them may bring regrets
Make a citizen's arrest of a
Hot frog on the loose

Frogs for peace frogs for defense
Don't be nervous don't be tense
We've got a sure-fire three-foot fence
To keep the hot frogs from gettin loose


Smile When You're Ready

Little girl in Mary Janes
You walked a fine line
Party braids and pinafores
Thank you for the very nice time
They didn't ask what you were thinking
They didn't want to know
All you wanted was to be loved
So you put on a show

But you can smile when you're ready
Not a moment before
A refugee awakes at night
To the sound of distant wars
Smile when you're ready
No matter how long it takes
Your wounded heart will find
Its own saving grace

Toy guns and bloody noses
Don't walk away from a fight
"Faggot" jeers at the sign of tears
Screw the lid on tight
So you never let 'em see you
You never laugh too loud
You're the man in the iron mask
You're a big boy now


Rain on the river
Patches of blue
Just when a smile seems a million miles away
It'll sneak up on you

Sometimes the people who hurt you
Don't leave you alone
Maybe they ask forgiveness
Maybe they say please come home
Maybe they're just too ashamed to admit
The things you say are true
You can love 'em you can let 'em go
You know it's up to you

CHORUS (to...)

Simple Living

Too many words too many sounds
Too many attractions turn me around
Too many miles in a chrome cocoon
I never get anywhere I can't see the moon

Too many commercials too many lies
Too many celebrities I don't recognize
Too many brand names too many magazines
I got so much sensation I can't feel a thing

Simple living
Got to get to simple living
Simple living
Simple... simply living

Too many things we just throw away
If we put it in the garbage we're gonna eat it someday
We turn on the lights and a river dies
We turn the TV on to see and eagle fly

Too much work with nothing to do
Too many dreams never come true
Too much hurting without a second glance
Too much desperation they call romance

Gonna take this life, pare it to the bone
Baby when you knock baby I'll be home
I'll make my breakfast sweep the floor
Open the window unlock the door

Gonna turn off the video the audio too
Open my eyes take in the view
See the divine in the veins of a leaf
In the hands of a beggar in the eyes of a thief

Simple living
Gimme simple living
Simple living
Simple living

Rodney King's Blessing

People can we all get along
Can we all get along
People you know we're all stuck here for a while
Let's try to work it out

People I just want to say you know can we get along
Can we all get along
Can we stop making it making it hard
For the older people and the kids

I mean we've got enough smog here in Los Angeles
Let alone to get killed setting these fires and things
It's just not right it's not right
It's not going to change anything
We'll get our justice


They've won the battle but they haven't won the war
We'll have our day in court that's all we want
I love I'm neutral I love people of every color
I'm not like they're making me out to be

We've got to quit I mean I could understand
The first two hours after the verdict
But to go on like this
To see that security guard shot on the ground
It's just not right because those people
Will never go home to their families again


CHORUS (We can...)

The Hug Song

I want a hug when we say hello
I want a hug when it's time to go
I want a hug 'cause I want you to konw
I'm awfully fond of you.
I want a hug--what a wonderful feeling
I want a hug--to feel you squeezing
I want a hug--it certainly seems like
The natural thing to do!

When I was a little bitty baby child, my momma used to hold me tight
My daddy used to come and pick me up when I got scared at night
The years have passed, I've grown so fast, and mostly I feel strong
But timid or bold, I'm never too old to sing this cozy song.


Now some folks don't like hugging--they think they're too tough
I bet they'd be a whole lot friendlier if they were just hugged enough
When you hug the ones who love you, an amazing thing you learn
When you give a hug, you just can't help but get one in return!


Sometimes grownups are grouchy and they put the blame on you
Sometimes you make just a little mistake though you did the best you could do
Sometimes love is everywhere and it's a beautiful day
And every time is the perfect time to open your arms and say:


Friends First

I wake up early in the cool of the morning
Magenta and purple over Casco Bay
Sleepless with yearning reason returning
I send you this song like a summer bouquet

I want to be
Friends first before we are lovers
Friends first taking our won sweet time
Friends first lay your head on my shoulder
Tell me your story and I'll tell you mine

We've both tasted the passion of reckless abandon
Drinking our pleasure like blackberry wine
Wakened in panic in the arms of a stranger
Darlin' let's do it different this time


Two aged lovers sit by the fire
A look carries meaning only old friends can know
A lifetime together come down to embers
And their faces are filled with the light from below

Tell me your bad dreams sing me your lullabies
When did you run away and when did you fight
Show me the caterpillar show me the butterfly
We'll get as close as the wind and the night


Too Many People

Too many people having too many babies
Got to love them babies but there's
Too many peopple having too many babies
Got to love them babies but it's out of control

Adam and Eve time on their hands
Hyperactive glands room to expand
Once they began begatting they begatted to excess
Eschewing tactics prophylactic now we're in a mess

Because there's

When Columbus sailed the ocean we were 400 million
Industrial revolution still under a billion
The Great Depression hit 2.1 billion
Now we're pushing the millennium 6 billion and counting

Civil wars rumbling refugees stumbling
Forests falling deserts creeping
Traffic crawling resiources depleting
Shoppers shopping for pleasures fleeting

When there's

Once I lived in the city it was too big and noisy
So I moved to the country to stop and smell the rosies
All my city friends joined me and put up nice new housies
Now it's too big and noisy think I'll move to the country

Some say no no no no it's not the population
It's consumption pollution unequal distribution
I say that's so but it's a simple equation
Pepulation times pollution equals no solution

When there's

If you are a child welcome to the world
This blue-green earth is your gift by birth
May you rock to its rhythms may you sing its anthems
And if you have babies please stop at two

Because there's

CHORUS (... please stop at two.)

If I Were Taken Now

If I were taken now
I would remember the light in your hair
The darkness at the center of your eye
If I were taken now
I would remember the small of your back
The arc of your shoulder

If I were taken now
I would give thanks
For teh kindness you showed in loving me so easily

If I were taken now
I would remember your breath on my cheek
The soft conspiracy of your kiss
If I were taken now
I would remember how quickly you laugh
Warm as winter's kitchen

If I were taken now
I would ask forgiveness
For every time my thoughtlessness caused you pain
Or made you doubt me

A swarm of stars
A fleet of fireflies
Would pilot me into the night
I would not be frightened
But I would miss you
I would miss you

The Marine's Lament, or, The Pink Peril

From the halls of Montezuma
To the shores of Tripoli
I have fought my country's battles
I have faced every enemy

I ain't scared of no Iraqi missiles
I ain't scared of no Russian tanks
If I'm captured and tortured all they'll get
Is my serial number name and rank

You know I'd storm Baghdad to kick Saddam's butt
Swim to Havana bring home Castro's beard
For my buddies throw my body on a live grenade
I guess I just don't know the meaning of fear

But please
Please please please please please
Don't make me shower with a fairy
Not a fairy--fairies scare me
Cause a fairy might look at my weewee
My weewee--it's so teeny

Everything Possible

We have cleared off the table, the leftovers saved,
Washed the dishes and put them away
I have told you a story and tucked you in tight
At the end of your knockabout day
As the moon sets its sails to carry you to sleep
Over the midnight sea
I will sing you a song no one sang to me
May it keep you good company.

You can be anybody you want to be,
You can love whomever you will
You can travel any country where your heart leads
And know I will love you still
You can live by yourself, you can gather friends around,
You can choose one special one
And the only measure of your words and your deeds
Will be the love you leave behind when you're done.

There are girls who grow up strong and bold
There are boys quiet and kind
Some race on ahead, some follow behind
Some go in their own way and time
Some women love women, some men love men
Some raise children, some never do
You can dream all the day never reaching the end
Of everything possible for you.

Don't be rattled by names, by taunts, by games
But seek out spirits true
If you give your friends the best part of yourself
They will give the same back to you.


Peace Is

Peace is the bread we break
Love is the river rolling
Life is a chance we take
When we make this earth our home
Gonna make this earth our home.

Feel the cool breeze blowing through the smoke and the heat
Hear the gentle voices and the marching feet
Singing call back the fire, draw the missiles down
And we'll call this earth our home.


We have known the atom, the power and pain
We've seen people fall beneath the killing rain
If the mind still reasons and the soul remains
It shall never be again.


Peace grows from a tiny seed
As the acorn grows into the tallest tree
Many years ago I heard a soldier say
When people want peace, better get out of the way.


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Subject: RE: Fred Small- looking for tab & lyrics
From: Ed Pellow
Date: 10 Jul 00 - 05:37 PM

This site Lyrics to Everything Possible: Fred Small in Concert should provide a start


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Subject: Fred Small- looking for tab & lyrics
From: GUEST,emily
Date: 10 Jul 00 - 05:28 PM

Hi, Anyone out there have any Fred Small guitar tab and/or lyrics. i am aching to do more than just sing along! I'm looking specifically for: -The Marine's Lament/The Pink Peril -No More Vietnams -Simple Living -Denmark 1943 -Heart of the Appaloosa (just tab, got the lyrics from Mudcat- thanks!) -Death in Disguise


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