LYRIC

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Meet a woman of top hats,
Silly frowns and too much cats
Greet her gently in the hall,
Silent face stands above her shawl

All the neighbors claim she’s mad
Full of hatred, might I add
Even though she seems so cruel
My feelings tell me she ain’t no fool

What a woman she is, or once was
Why does she live so alone, we don’t know

But we will find out
Oh yes!
We will find out!

Knock, knock, Lennie Bold
How are you today?
Don’t you be so cold
I can be the friend you need so much

Oh, no, Lennie Bold
There’s no need to swear today
Although you are old
Just let me be your guiding star for now

Every day she’s dressed in black,
Hunching due to hurting back
And every winter she does go
To a grave which I don’t know

Little kids are scared of her
And her past is full of blur
She once kept a smiley face
But now it’s gone without a trace

What a person she is, or once was
Why is she always alone, we don’t know

But we will find out
Oh yes!
We will find out!

Knock, knock, Lennie Bold
How are you today?
Don’t you be so cold
I can be the friend you need so much

Oh, no, Lennie Bold
There’s no need to swear today
Although you are old
Just let me be your guiding star for now

But nobody knew that Mrs. Bold
Once had a son whose name was John
And he was a loner, bullied at school
He got a gun but not for fun
And put one bullet in his brain

Knock, knock, Lennie Bold
How are you today?
Don’t you be so cold
I can be the friend you need so much

Oh, no, Lennie Bold
There’s no need to swear today
Although you are old
Just let me be your guiding star for now

Oh, no, Mrs. Bold
Won’t you let me comfort you?
Hold on, Lennie Bold
Does no one feel the way you burn inside?

(Oh)

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