DRUNKEN RAMBLE By Lucillus I often take these nightime walks A bottle at my side From camp

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DRUNKEN RAMBLE By Lucillus I often take these nightime walks A bottle at my side From camp to camp I slowly tramp My fancy as my guide. And at every place that I show my face They all let out a groan Hey Ursus, man, can we help you find The way back to your home. With steady voice I answer: "Nay, What do you take me for? I know my way, so why'd you say Don't come around here no more. Who needs this grief that you give to me I deserve a better fate So I'm leaving now, and then you'll see You'll be sorry soon, just you wait." So you thought you'd seen the last of me As I stumble from your sight Thank God you say, let's hope he stays Away from us all night. But there's more to drink, and so I think I'll visit you again After all, you know, I just have to show That you're still all my friends. So don't forget that I lurk out there Beyond the fire light I could be back so you'd best beware It may be a long night. But you may be luckier than you know When you hear a heavy snore Then you'll surely know that I'm laid low And I'll trouble you no more. Well, I wrote this song so I could show That I try to make fun Of all the folks that I do know You're not the only one. So don't you whine when you hear that I'm Determined to choose you Just try to laugh on your own behalf The way we all should do. When I'm at my worst, convinced I'm cursed In all that I can do I try to smile, for in awhile I know that I'll pull through. But perhaps you take a different way When you feel yourself in pain But remember this, it's the laughs you miss That might drive you insane.

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