I ONCE WAS YOUNG


I once was young-
When I climbed chairs,
And knew no cares,
All clothes little wears.
I once was young-
When I played marbles,
Walked with pretty fumbles,
Counting all in doubles.
I once was young-
When I was 'ere in crime,
Hated bitter lime,
But gasped at every chime.
I once was young-
When I looked up the sun,
The height of every man,
Less I and buddy Dan;
For I once was young.

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