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 Lee's Night out
It's time to laugh and bring a smile
To you my friend I've known awhile
Who use to dance On Roselands floor
Dancing all night till shown the door

This one we wrote to help provoke
A moment yours to crack a joke
To bring laughter to you who pains
Worried by thoughts if sight you'll gain

The worldly me will write this one
For you dear friend whose not seen fun
In quite awhile but just for now
You'll reminisce of dance yours proud

Hustle you would but not the kind
That some today in jail they'll wind
With moves that rivaled a mirrored ball
It was your gift, it was your call

Many a lady you'd know back then
All this true story when then was when
A better day where you'd get lost
Inside the club on floor the boss

So please excuse this write if one
Should read and feel thought this someone
Was holy roller where does this come
It comes from me once worldly son



Yo Raven the floor is all yours!


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