Here Comes the Judge

Southern Justice
Well they too away the rambler and they took away his Nash
They said he was a gambler they were looking for his stash
Well they said he was a doper and they put him in a cell
Going to dry out that old boozer in the tank where he is held
And we don’t allow no addicts hanging around this town of our-n
We going to run them out of here with some tar and feathers on
But first we’re going to work bloody bohind to the ground
Cut them long and shabby hairs and make them short bald and round
Well they took him to his honor, and they got him ninety days
And they said he was a wanderer, so they made that ten more days
Then they said he was a Yankee, so they threw the key away
Oh, the blabby Yankee hippie finally found a place to stay
And we don’t allow no addicts hanging around this town of our-n
We going to run them out of here with some tar and feathers on
But first we’re going to work bloody bohind to the ground
Cut them long and shabby hairs and make them short bald and round
Fifteen years on bread and water with some beans sometimes for lunch
Getting old and gray an honery and his back began to hunch
Oh, he’d finally done his time and they punished him enough
He’d do another crime the punishment’s to much
And we don’t allow no addicts hanging around this town of our-n
We going to run them out of here with some tar and feathers on
But first we’re going to work bloody bohind to the ground
Cut them long and shabby hairs and make them short bald and round
Southern Justice
Southern Justice Southern Justice Southern Justice
Southern Justice What a way to go
And they cut him loose on Sunday on a bus that’s nowhere bound
And they gave him fifty dollars and said never come back around
Then he bought himself a new suit that the tailor painted black
And he bet them fifty dollars he was never coming back
And we don’t allow no addicts hanging around this town of our-n
We going to run them out of here with some tar and feathers on
But first we’re going to work bloody bond to the ground
Cut them long and shabby hairs and make them short bald and round
Now the moral of that story is, when he bet them fifty dollars hew was never coming back, they said that constitutes gambling, so he was guilty of not being reformed, and was sentenced to fifty years as a repeat offender.
Do you believe that?
I never heard such a thing

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