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The butler henry baker extinguishes the firesWhilst sir fred’rick harold robinson casually retiresAnother day tomorrow cries alan crayon steelAll must be up early to have the morning mealThe maid comes with decanter and to the butler thereSaid ’sir here’s what you ordered’ ,He said ’no one seems to care ’It must be good to live in the house of lordsIt must be good to live in the house of lordsThe house is now in darkness before the coming dayBut at five o’clock that morning , the master passed awayThe housemaid drew the curtains and the doctors watched the dawnAnd the brother bendix sadly watched the gardener mow the lawnIt must be sad to live in the house of lordsIt must be sad to live in the house of lordsGrandma mildred marshall was pouring out the teaWhen she heard about the news of sir frederick’s tragedyThe hall is now in sadness and everybody criedOn the banks of burntley river is where sir frederick liesIt must be sad to live in the house of lordsIt must be sad to live in the house of lords



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