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Lorelei's Plea to LJA...comments

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Lorelei54
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posted 09-01-99 09:21 AM
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Written by TOERAG!
She woke up this morning,
It was a fine sunny day,
She said "LongJohn please stay"
But he had to run away,
Cuz he was busy,
Busy making lottsa dough.
So she told him he better
Have some fun before he's old...
You'll be the richest guy in the graveyard,
With money in the bank.
You'll be the fattest cat who's stretched out flat,
And have yourself to thank.
"Now what's the good of earning,
With no time for spending,
You know you're simply heading,
For a "horizontal" ending.."
The richest guy in the graveyard,
LongJohn you're working far too hard!

You'll climb the golden gate to the graveyard, that gate is not so great.
You'll be the slickest creep who's six feet deep,
You'll find it out too late;

Lorelei can't imagine
How ya can be a good lover,
In a brass bound box,
With a rosewood cover,
"You'll be the richest guy in the graveyard,
Just you wait and see.
You'll be the "gone-est" ghoul whoever went to school,
And that ain't no use to me."

"I'd rather be found on a flop house bed,
Then down in the ground-with dirt on my head,
You'll be the richest guy in the graveyard,
LongJohn won't ya hear my plea?
So just go to work ya work-a-holic jerk,
But please make out the will to me!"
posted 09-01-99 09:21 AM



Toe...very good very good..had to bringing this one back and comment. I agree, I'd rather be poor and happy instead of rich and miserable...And for the comments about old Miss Suthern...I LOVE older men....they have charm and class and know how to treat a woman...even if they don't always find the time to do. On a scale of 1-10...I'd give my long weekend with LJA a 100%. I think the dry spell has ended and life is going to be interesting again.

[This message has been edited by Lorelei54 (edited 09-06-99).]
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can't get through test
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Oh, Lorelei
Now don't you cry
Long John's not gone, you see.

Just put a coat rack
In the sack
Would seem the same to me.
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wow...where have you gone these days?
 
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