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“On we go”

He’s gone, gone gone.

Look not to the sky.

He’s gone, gone gone.

He truly did die.

Hold to memories

If you will.

But better to seize

What’s over the hill.

He said goodbye

With a cheery glow

As he thought to die,

And on we go.



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