Last Time I Saw Cole (Deadbolt)

Last time I saw Cole He was working a car wash Stole money and burned the whole thing down for the mafia, got payed real good Next time I saw Cole He was working for the circus He used to get drunk and beat up some midgets, that was Cole He said, "You'd never believe the things I've seen and done," that was Cole He said, "You'd never believe the things I've seen and done," that was Cole Last time I saw Cole His picture was everywhere In movies, magazines, posed with supermodels, presidents and kings and queens, that was Cole Last time I saw Cole He was in the Pope's entourage traveling through town He kissed his hand and everything, I couldn't believe it, that was Cole He told me on the phone, "You wouldn't believe the things I've seen and done," that was Cole He said, "Harley, you wouldn't believe the things I've seen and done," that was Cole Everybody from the neighborhood, they couldn't believe it, about Cole and everything His mother still lived in that old shack on Jones St., that was Cole He said, "You'd never believe the things I've seen and done," that was Cole Last time I saw Cole He was in town, he looked scared and haggard, drunk or something He said, "Come to my hotel room, please," I met him there, opened the door He was in the bathroom, his body riddled with bullets I heard somebody coming up the stairs, so I ran I didn't hear anything on the news, or in the newspapers, I called his office His secretary told me he had to go back to Panama for business, that was Cole To this day, I've never seen Cole again I know his fate, but I shall not say a word about this to anyone, for I fear for my own life What he saw and what he did, I will not know But I know, that was Cole