Lying on your death bed – you’re
She sits across the room from you – she’s
When the doctor comes in – he’s
Reading your chart
She feigns concern for his sake
You struggle to tell him but
You’re unable to speak
This is all her fault, Doc
You should call the Police
She’s been killing me slowly
For 53 years
Buying me cigarettes
Buying me beers
Basted eggs and bacon
She’d say Here you go honey
And serve up some more
The things that she did will make me pass away
But chances are I would have died anyway so
When I’m gone please remember I had a good life
Primarily due to the love of my wife
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