Lizzy Blackfoot

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by: Jonathan Aronson
uploaded: 02/26/2016
notes:
 Ballad of Lizzy Blackfoot

Up in the hills in the national forest 
There lies a place where the dogs play
They stumble and hobble down towards the stumps
With poles and hooks ready to slay 

Each year they arrive at the end of the season
To avoid all the hassles and fools
Till one year they showed and a woman appeared
With her golf cart, her clipboard and rules

She said "hey there boys my name is Liz,
I'll be checking on you day and night.
I'll come back around to keep you in line and
Make sure that you all pay for your sites"

She said "quiet by 10 and keep down the noise
And make sure your fires are out
Turn down your radio" (when we ain't go one)
What the hell is this freak all about

This is the Ballad of Lizzy Blackfoot
Annoying with plenty to say
She's interrupts everyoneone's solitude
And she never goes away
Someday she will just be a legend
The ghost of the resevoir
'Cause if she comes around here again, I swear
We're killing her and blaming a god damn bear

....Lizzy Blackfoot  
Tagses: blackfoot lizzy (we can link these up later)

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