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were all crazy about it and once when Fanny Benson came with her husband and her little girl we played it for her too and I didn't feel so poor like and she liked it too. The piano was locked now all the time and I was forgetting my pieces but I didn't feel so badly because I thought well we have the phonograph and that makes music for us.
Well Danny was always nagging me for this and for that and always wanting pennies but I never had many pennies to give and besides Danny bought such terrible things with his pennies. A man used to come around with a piece of ice and a round thing to scrape it with and he would scrape the ice into a ball with the round thing and put it on a piece of newspaper and sprinkle some red sweet stuff on it from a dirty bottle and sell it for a penny. Danny would tell me he wanted a penny for chocolate but he told me lies such a lot and he would buy the ice and things like that and twice he had a bilious attack and he vomited for two days.
Well one day he said he wanted a penny to go on the merry-go-round. We could both of us hear it playing downstairs on the corner so I knew he was telling the truth this time. It was only a little thing with seats for eight children and so small a horse pulled it around on the streets and the man made it go by turning a handle himself and it was the same handle that made the music too. I thought I might as well give Danny the penny so I went to my pocketbook to get it and I saw I didn't have any money and then I remembered I forgot to ask Frank for any that morning. All the time I was looking we could hear the music playing from the corner and Danny kept jumping up and down and saying hurry up hurry up he'll go away he'll go away. So I told Danny I didn't have any penny and he began to scream and he said yes you have you have only you don't want to give it

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