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Walk awhile, walk awhile, walk awhile with me
The more we walk together, love, the better we'll agree
We'll agree
One hand in your mouth and your finger in your eye
Undertakers bow their heads as you go walking by
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Here comes another Sunday, ringing on the bell
And here comes a wounded child, another tale to tell
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"Bring along," the brewer said, "bring the cuckoo tree
Bring your lady mother along to keep us company"
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Two miles down the road, Henry Tompkins wife
Three miles down the road and he's running for his life
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    UnregisteredDec 28, 2011 at 2:20 am
    These guys are jogging and one of them gets tired and tells the others to walk awhile and they ignore him so he insults them and then the war has begun because they call him a sloth and he loses a shoe.

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