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Trampled Lilly
One summer’s day Daisy was having a vanilla dream,
A young man with a glossy moustache approached her ingratiating and clean.
In the park he put his finger in the fastening of her glove,
He took her to an apartment and to her made love.
The next day before going out he presented her with a bottle of gin.
After that in the mornings she read ladies’ magazines
In the afternoon she entertained gentlemen on the bed,
The moustached man gave way to an older man with a heavy beard.
The next day before going out he presented her with a ruffled pegnoir of gin,
After that in the mornings she read ladies’ magazines.
In the afternoon she entertained gentlemen on the bed,
The moustached man gave way to an older man with a heavy beard.
Under the influence of a lecture from a passing senator she decided to reform,
She was moved to a back bedroom with bars like a a prison dorm.
She gave birth to a defective infant placed in an orphanage overful
And as she lost her freshness on the streets the punters she pulled.
She was continually harassed by masculine women in black bonnets trying to set her free,
Just before her twentieth birthday she died a loathsome disease.

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