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Hotel Bill ©

Robert McKain
Dumbarton, Scotland
2006

In these times of nice,
hotels buried under roads,
do we think but twice?
Of those vast concrete roads
And funeral parlours now
They stand in separate plots
And no-one thinks about
No-one joins in the dots

What I'm here to say
You won't hear anyway
It doesn't matter where you stay
You always have to pay.
Pay!



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