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Johnny Wayne and Randy Scott

Published by Susan on 08/10/2003 (4497 reads)
Johnny Wayne and Randy Scott...

Written from the fight scene in The Spoilers

Johnny Wayne and Randy Scott
They fought and fought and fought and fought
With joy they shed each other's gore,
And then they paused and shed some more.
To bust each other's blocks they strove.
They wrecked the bar and crashed the stove.
Then with a heave big Johnny Wayne
Hurled Randy through the window pane.
So in the street and down the lot
They fought and fought and fought and fought.
So fierce they mixed it up I'll bet
Them galoots might be fighting yet.


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