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The Women I See

Everywhere I look...
Women all around
Each perfect in their own way,
They barely touch the ground.

Sexy waitresses in black
Ask "what can I do for you?"
Now if I answered that...
I'd wind up black-and-blue.

The cutie at the store...
Likes my jokes and hair
Oh, the things I'd do to her
And her perky derrière.

Two goth girls at Wal-Mart
With green in one's short hair
Oh, be still my beating heart...
Her skirt's as light as air.

This brunette with hugs tits
Has me chomping at the bit...
Sitting next to me in class,
Full of wit and full of sass.

One with tight blue jeans and dreads
Has the whole room turning heads
Would she stop and talk to me?
That would be a sight to see.

A blonde in a small shop
With curves in all my favorite spots...
She's selling chocolate in here?
Now I'm grinning ear-to-ear.

She's a flirt and she's a tease...
I can't see any flaws
Strutting 'round with such ease...
Did I mention she's my boss?

Don't even get me started
With the women on tv
Their legs are always parted,
But they never let me see.

These women all surround me,
Everywhere I go.
They dazzle with their beauty
Gorgeous faces all aglow.
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