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Domestic Problems – James Francis lyrics

1739 Freeman Street
James Francis, fifth in the family
December 2nd 1936

You and your cousins acting like children, not a care in the world, playing ball in street
Taking your bike, riding from Jay Zoo
you should've been walking
you got thrown from your seat

Sing, Jimmy, sing and the world will dance around you
Sing, Jimmy, sing; it makes them glad
Sing, Jimmy, sing and the world will dance around you
Sing, Jimmy, sing; that's my Dad

One month a summer
You'd get the cottage
spend time with the family at Luna Pier Beach
Aunt Olive, Uncle Otto, Grnadma and Grandpa, Clovis and Meel


Who would have thought
In Toledo, Ohio
that's where it started that brought us today
Sixty years later, the same things happening,
we are that family, but in different ways


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