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Fine china stacked by the kitchen sink
Aunt Tammies in there claiming all the diamond rings
Uncle Bobbs holding up the TV set
The only thing they are grieving over
Is what they ain't gonna get
She's only been in the ground a day or two
I'm glad Mama ain't around to watch this family fued

Great gran daddy's shotgun started it all
She wasn't even cold
Before they ripped it off the wall
Wondas fighting Angie over antique quilts
Nobody even waited for the reading of the will
If Daddy was here he'd beat us black and blue
I'm glad mama aint around to watch this family fued

I'm watching it all go down in shame
Wish the whole house ould go up in flames
Who gives a damn about a cedar chest
When we just laid her soul to rest
She's only been in the ground a day or two
I'm glad Mama ain't around to watch this family fued

She's probably rolling over in her grave
'Cause the good lord giveth and the family taketh away



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