He sold his horse and buggy
And bought a horseless carriage
Doing this without consulting her
Was a threat to their happy marriage.
Begging her to go for a country drive
After awhile she finally agreed to go
He asked her if she was enjoying herself
She said this thing sure is slow.
He pushed the pedal to the floorboard
And the wind began blowing her hair
Finally a big smile came on her face
A new era had arrived and she didn't care.
Ralph L. Clark ©
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He restoreth my soul: he leadeth
me in the paths of righteousness
for his name's sake.
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