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Billy Lost His Gun (Louis Toliver Jr - Swartz, LA)



Poor Billy lost his gun
‘Cause he lost his gun
The NRA was pissed
Threw Billy out of the USofA

 His gun led him everywhere
With no gun, or friends with guns
Billy wasn't a man no more

If Billy hadn’t lost his gun
He’d still be a real man
Get him a woman and a child
Maybe even become President

Poor Billy can’t start over
Billy don’t know right from wrong
‘Less he’s got the right gun

                                               Billy can’t afford a new gun
Billy ain’t got nowheres to go
Billy don’t know how to use his brain
Billy’s life just ain’t worth living

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