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A MAN OF DOUBLE DEED traditional (music) tHERE WAS A MAN OF DOUBLE DEED, WHO SOWED HIS GARDEN FULL OF SEED. WHEN THE SEED BEGAN TO GROW, `TWAS LIKE A GARDEN FULL OF SNOW; WHEN THE SNOW BEGAN TO FALL, LIKE BIRDS IT WAS UPON THE WALL; AND WHEN THE BIRDS BEGAN TO FLY, `TWAS LIKE A SHIPWRECK IN THE SKY; AND WHEN THE SKY BEGAN TO CRACK, `TWAS LIKE A STICK UPON MY BACK; AND WHEN MY BACK BEGAN TO SMART, `TWAS LIKE A PENKNIFE IN MY HEART; AND WHEN MY HEART BEGAN TO BLEED, THEN I WAS DEAD AND DEAD INDEED. --

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