All The Good Times are Passed and Gone
Saturday, October 2, 2004
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CHORUS:
All the good times are passed and gone
All the good times are o'er
All the good times are passed and gone
Little darling don't you weep no more

O, don't you see that lonesome dove
Flyin' from pine to pine
Why did I have to raise up my eye
Just as that bird flew by?

All the good times are passed and gone
All the good times are o'er
All the good times are passed and gone
Little darling don't you weep no more

Whenever I hear that lonesome train
I wish I'd never been born
And I wouldn't have been if my daddy had seen
That the end of the condom was torn.

All the good times are passed and gone
All the good times are o'er
All the good times are passed and gone
Little darling don't you weep no more

I never thought I'd be this old
In the over-sixty group
My wife, she offered me "super sex."
And I said, "I'll take the soup."

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