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There was a young woman from Bath,
who never did things by the half.
The smell from her stoma put folks in a coma,
which gave the young woman a laugh.
When she went to do shopping in town,
she’d see many folks falling down.
They’d be overcome, though she hadn’t a bum,
yet for farting she could wear the crown.
She met a young man from Brazil,
who knew she was seriously ill.
But he wasn’t put off when her stoma would cough,
for he saw it as grist to the mill.
Because he could cope with the smell,
they managed to get on quite well.
He knew when she’d fart that he wouldn’t depart,
so he married his young mademoiselle.
This young woman’s name was Annette,
and it was a pretty safe bet,
when they watched the telly the smell from her belly,
gave them the best laugh they could get.
The couple fell deeply in love.
It’s rumoured they fit like a glove.
It seems that it’s said, when they went to bed
that steam would be seen up above.
No matter what people may say,
or obstacles put in their way.
Through rain, wind and weather, they were together
and still stay that way ‘till today.
Reproduced by kind permission of Bill Withers.
TO LAUGH AND LOVE
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