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The Unfortunate Man
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There once was a lawyer they called Mr. Clay; He had but few clients and they wouldn't pay. At last of starvation he grew so afraid That he courted and married a wealthy old maid. He's a very unfortunate, a very unfortunate, A very unfortunate man. He's a very unfortunate, a very unfortunate, A very unfortunate man. She went to the washstand to bathe her fair face, Thus she destroyed all her beauty and grace. The rose on her cheek quickly grew very faint, And he saw on the towel 'twas nothing but paint. He's a very unfortunate, a very unfortunate, A very unfortunate man. He's a very unfortunate, a very unfortunate, A very unfortunate man. She went to the mirror to take down her hair; When she had done so, her scalp was all bare. Said she, "Don't be frightened to see my bald head; I'll put on my cap when I get into bed." He's a very unfortunate, a very unfortunate, A very unfortunate man. He's a very unfortunate, a very unfortunate, A very unfortunate man. She hung her false hair on the wall on a peg,


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