Li'l Liza Jane

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I know a gal that you don’t know
Li’l Liza Jane
Way down south in Baltimore
Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane

Liza Jane looks good to me
Li’l Liza Jane
Sweetest one I ever see
Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane

Where she lives the posies grow
Li’l Liza Jane
Chickens ‘round the kitchen door
Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane

I fell in love when I first saw
Li’l Liza Jane
Now I’ve got a mother-in-law
Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane

House and lot in Baltimore
Li’l Liza Jane
Lots of children on the floor
Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane

I don’t care how far I roam
Li’l Liza Jane
The very best place is home, sweet home
Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane
Oh! Eliza, Li’l Liza Jane

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Elric, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the

18 July 2016 at 2:10am

Bobby, perdu a jamais dans le monde des signes: reducteurs, par principe. Mais outil privilegie de la communication jusqu’a present: surtout rituellement (catholique ect). S’en debarasser voudrait dire nager dans un monde vide de signes mais faisant sens (autre).Ne pas utiliser l’outil de lecture habituel, Bobby… Trop classificateur donc reducteur. (non ca ne s’apprend pas dans les livres mais dans la vie, a la rigueur, en l&raouo;qbservsnt).

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