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NON-JOHN DISCUSSION => The Melting Pot => Topic started by: racketeer on September 25, 2018, 08:32:25 am



Title: Choc those wheels real good
Post by: racketeer on September 25, 2018, 08:32:25 am
When I was sweet 'n low sixteen
I met a man named doctor strangelove
I did my hair
I cut my nails
He stole away my time
We started out as strangers
But we ended up as l.u.v.v.e.r.s.
"Check it out" the POGRUM
Of our favorite broadway show
We went for sweet expresso
We split a dozen donuts
Sharing time in crowds of plenty
Greenwich Village and colored lights
Our family time we cut to nothing
Sitting cold and frail,
Deaf and dumb and curing blindness
Signing off in braille
It really all was relative
All the love we had to give
Out in California where the midnight moon was three AM
But we understood each other
Our sisters and "they're crabby" brothers
And we promised if we made it
They could come and blubber
We promised if we made it
They could come and cry
When I was sweet and low sixteen
I met a man named doctor strangelove
...I did my hair
I did my nails...
He stole away my time.
that's about it, man...hopefully...because I want it settled too.


  


Title: Re: Have to Mean Something (Colors and Numbers) and Mellencamp
Post by: Aeroplane2 on September 26, 2018, 07:08:51 pm
Racketeer, will this site let you or can you share a picture of this work?