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I'll call you Joe, no more Joe
Be darned if ever I do
If Thomas is your proper name
The devil must have his due

I always like you well Tom
You're a real good hearted fellow
But you'll beat me with the widow
And this is why I bellow

When I was only forty
The ladies like me well
But now I'm just past fifty
And this is raising hell

But yet some does admire me
Though I never care for fame
But unto death expires me
With the women I'll be game





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Foreword

The Fire of Portsmouth - July 25, 1892

To John Arnolds Bakery at Fifth and Saginaw Sts.

June 19-th, 1864

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To Ireland

Our Meeting with a Long Lost Friend

In the Days of Our Youth

An Arabian Wedding Dance

The Vision of the Saginaw River

In Memory of Captain Ben Boutell (Deceased)

Dewey's Victory at Manila - May 1, 1896

To Christmas Morn



 
 
 
 
 
 

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