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PARADISE PARADOX I don't know but I've heard tell Heaven is much better than Hell It's been a diabolical life on earth Sex and drugs, rock and roll and mirth All that debauchery I was amid I never enjoyed it, but I thought I did I hope they don't charge Railtrack fares When I take my final journey upstairs If, of course, the tickets are too dear I could be persuaded to stay right here I must go to my Eden, then never leave it The only problem is, I can't Adam and Eve it.

Jock Brownlee, Loxley Close, Wood End, Coventry.
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Sep 7, 2012
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