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Dark Troubles

Oh I hate the dark, I'm very afraid

It's so big and black, an unfortunate shade

It's murky, and horrid believe me its true

I don't care what you say; I am just not like you

Why go anywhere when you can't see a thing

It's so silly I tell you no good it will bring

And please don't try and tell me the moon will light my way

It's still dark, and scary, my mind you'll not sway

Of course the unfortunate thing is you see

That by rights this phobia is not quite right for me

But how does one get rid of a fear of the dark just like that

Even if one is a rather scared and timid, little brown bat

smiley - batsmiley - batsmiley - bat

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