Ian Paisley said he pitied my husband having to put up with'the
sinner', which is what he often called me.
Ian, pitied, husband, having, with'the, what, often, me
Her cutty sark, o' Paisley harn,That while a lassie she had worn,In longitude tho' sorely scanty,It was her best, and she was vauntie.
cutty, while, lassie, longitude, tho', sorely, best
There is a park that is known 4 the face it attracts colorful people whose hair On 1 side is swept back The smile on their faces It speaks of profound inner peace Ask where they're going They'll tell U nowhere They've taken a lifetime lease On Paisley Park.
There, park, known, face, attracts, colorful, people, hair, side
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