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“A Great many people think they are thinking when they are merely rearranging their prejudices.” William James — William James



Tommy Blues

By J.D. Moss

 

Tommy is the hero of his neighborhood.

Mommy and daddy raised him like they should.

His brother and sister think he’s so fun

They don’t know that Tommy is a loaded gun.

 

            Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —Mommy it is true.

            Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —It’s the Tommy blues

            Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —So sad but true.

 

Tommy makes all A’s in Calculus.

Sunday School is something he’d never miss.

Daddy is so proud that his son’s a jock.

If they saw inside of him they’d be shocked.

 

Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —Mommy it is true.

            Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —It’s the Tommy blues

            Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —So sad but true

 

How could a boy who has everything,

Go and destroy everyone else’s dreams?

Everybody is wondering what went wrong.

As they bury Tommy and say “so long.”

 

Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —Mommy it is true.

            Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —It’s the Tommy blues

            Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —So sad but true

 

Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —Mommy it is true.

            Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —It’s the Tommy blues

            Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya—Ya-Ya —So sad but true

 

 

From “Sun Don’t Shine on Me.”

Copyright 1989 by J.D. Moss

 

This song is about the perfect boy on the outside, yet on the “inside” he was gay. It was very sad that any gay person would need to die and or go to hell in what I wrote, but that is what I believed should be my fate.

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