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We shout the children off to school, We scream them off to bed; And if they dare to sass us back We thump 'em on the head. We roll our eyes and shake our heads And wag our nagging finger; Then wonder in their teenage years Why they don't want to linger. We're so amazed at these ingrates Who place their friends before us; They'll talk and laugh with all those punks, At home they just ignore us. It drives us mad, no matter how We threaten and we cuss; When our kids come to need a friend Why won't come to us?
Wes Stephenson

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