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Excerpt from Mammon in Verseland or the Power of Money
In days of dark despair or seasons bright Where'er your earthly dwelling-place may be You'll find there's nothing takes the place of money.
Chorus My boys, roam where you will, live where you may, However wise, however good you be; Tho' you a spotless reputation boast, Or on you sweetly smiles prosperity, You'll find there's nothing takes the place of money.
Tho' your fair name be known the wide world o'er, Tho' gifted or tho' clever you may be.
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