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A HOMELESS MAN
Christmas bells are ringing
Christmas bells are ringing
Christmas bells are ringing
Somewhere else!
Not here
ANGEL
You okay honey?
COLLINS
I'm afraid so
ANGEL
They get any money?
COLLINS
No
Had none to get -
But they purloined my coat -
Well you missed a sleeve! - Thanks
ANGEL
Hell it's Christmas Eve
I'm Angel
COLLINS
Angel. .? Indeed
And angel in the first degree
Friends call me Collins - Tom Collins
Nice tree. . .
ANGEL
Let's get a Band-Aid for your knee
I'll change, there's a "Life Support"
Meeting at nine-thirty
Yes - This body provides a comfortable home
For the acquired immune deficiency
Syndrome
COLLINS
As does mine
ANGEL
We'll get along fine
Get you a coat, have a bite
Make a night - I'm flush
COLLINS
My friends are waiting--
ANGEL
You're cute when you blush
The more the merry - Ho ho ho
And I do not take no



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