William S Burroughs – The Last Words of Dutch Schultz

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[William S Burroughs]

That is what caused the trouble. Look out. Please let me up

If you do this, you can go on and jump right here in the lake

I know who they are. They are French people. All right. Look out, look out. Oh, my memory is gone

Oh, this is insane...Oh, this is insane...

He changed for the worse. Please look out; my fortunes have changed and come back and went back since that. It was desperate. I am wobbly. You ain't got nothing on him but you got it on his helper

(Control yourself.)

Oh, this is insane...Oh, this is insane...

Then pull me out. I am half crazy. They won't let me get up. They dyed my shoes. Open those shoes. Give me something. I am so sick. Give me some water, the only thing that I want

Oh, this is insane...Oh, this is insane...

But I am dying

(No you're not)

Oh, this is insane...Oh, this is insane...

But I am dying

(No you're not)

But I am dying

(No you're not)

But I am dying

(No you're not)

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