Fie, tis a fault to heaven, a fault against the dead, A fault to nature to reason most absurd, whose common theme is death of fathers, and who still hath cried, from the first corse till he that died today “This must be so.”

Common common common
Fault fault fault
Death of fathers
Dead
Corpse
Died
He’s hammering quite heavily
On this nail.
Yet there is something
Quite a bit clearer and elegant
About this hammering.
 He’s singing now –
He’s found the theme he can
Really jam on.
This is a tune
He can swing to.
Death of fathers – give me that old 1, 2, 3

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