Larry the Legend - FOLK HOGAN

Larry the Legend

The day that Larry was born,
The Earth shook with fear.
He came out playing keys and drinking beer.
He carried on so grand,
And lived a life of lore,
Until the day he marched off to war.

Poison on the dagger,
Would have been a bit more subtle,
Than the wretched things you did that day.
You were working for your god,
So you wondered in to battle.
You ax your steed you saddle
You were on your way.

Larry your a legend,
but you path was battle torn.
You’ll leave us all a savior,
And take Hell all your scorn.

And when he finally came home from the war.
He said I’ve seen a lot of things that I Wasn’t ready for.
I’ll show you all the way.
Just listen to the words I say.

And he said, “boy you’ll grow up fine.
Just always watch you back,
And use lasers for attack, you’ll be grand.
Boy you’ll grow up safe,
Just never play in bands,
They’ll take both of your hands
And they’ll disappear.

Larry your a legend,
but you path was battle torn.
You’ll leave us all a savior,
And take Hell all your scorn

When I finally go to fight my war,
I’ll be ready for all the things that you prepared me for,
And he says, “boy there’s lots of things I regret, the hardest things to learn are the ones that you forget.”

And I say, dad you raised us fine,
We’ll watch each others backs and use lasers for attack, just like you said.
Now let’s all raise our beers, and give Larry another cheers ,
May you live a thousand years before you disappear.

Larry your a legend,
but you path was battle torn.
You’ll leave us all a legend,
And take he’ll all your scorn.

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