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From The Topeka State Journal, February 20, 1913.
 By Roy K. Moulton.

 It isn’t so hard to be happy
     And have everything that you need
 A yacht and a fine automobile
     Which grinds out a wonderful speed;
 Fine porterhouse steak every evening
     And eggs for your breakfast each morn;
 A fine house and lot in the suburbs
     And clothes that are not patched and worn
  A lot of hard coal in the cellar
     A library full of fine books
 A houseful of excellent servants
     Including the finest of cooks
 A trip to the seashore each summer
     And Europe whene’r you would go;
 No,  it isn’t so hard to be happy
     If you’ve got nine millions or so.

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