December 11, 2010
New York, NY
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Clothes

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GK:.....after a word from the FCC. The Federated Council of Clothiers.

HM:
The snow is blowing, and I am going
Head on into the storm!
What do I care it's miles to my dorm
I've got my clothes to keep me warm.
I'm warmly dressed in a big down vest and
Big down boots on my feet
What do I care about snow and sleet?
I've got my clothes to keep in heat.

TR: Clothing is so important any time of year but especially in winter. Remember to dress warmly and don't expect other people to keep you warm. Other people are likely to up and walk away. Clothes do not walk away. They are loyal to the end. As Mark Twain said, "Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence in society." You can't do your best if you're not dressed.

HM:
Warm pajamas from the wool of llamas
And a wool cap for my head
I remember what mama said
I've got my clothes to keep me warm.

TR: If persons unknown to you ask you to remove your clothing, report them immediately. You can't do your best when you're undressed.

HM:
I've felt forlorn, when I have worn
The suit in which I was born----
And so I dress for the storm.
I've got my clothes, I've got my clothes,
I've got my clothes to keep me warm.

TR: A message from the Federal Council of Clothiers.