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poem The sad story of Lefty and Ned

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Introduction

'The sad story of Lefty and Ned ' There were two crooks called Lefty and Ned, Who had to steal for their daily bread. But now their bodies are underground, Left there to rot until they're found. They planned to steal from Lucy mop, Who owned the local candy shop. But now their bodies are underground, Left there to rot until they're found. ...read more.

Middle

But now their bodies are underground, Left there to rot until they're found. Then Lefty grabbed a handful of candy, He thought it tasted fine and dandy But now their bodies are underground, Left there to rot until they're found. Ned felt his teeth begin to rot, His lips and tongue felt rather hot, But now their bodies are underground, Left there to rot until they're found. ...read more.

Conclusion

Ned fought he might, Blow up the spot with dynamite But now their bodies are underground, Left there to rot until they're found. He blew it up by mistake, And poor Ned got covered in cake. But now their bodies are underground, Left there to rot until they're found. And now the moral, crime never pays, You'd best take note of this worthy phrase, But now their bodies are underground, Left there to rot until they're found. By Ashley Hindley ...read more.

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