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Author Name: FreeLaPoeta 6 Comments
Date Added: October 01, 2010 14:10:26 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Going Home

Carry me back home to West Verginny

For the big legged women that ainít to skinny

With curly little hairs on their double chin chinny

When they at the buffet you can hear them whinny


Heading home you can feel the old ford shake

Gonna get back there no matter what it will take

Sold the food stamps for a still we sure to make

Gots to wash my long johns down in Catfish Lake


Ohí a corncob pipe and sipping my jug

Dancing and a jumping like a crazy bed bug

My sweet old lady giving a booby bear hug

Only my second cousin so I can give them a tug


Did my ninety days up there in a northern jail

About fourteen dollars short of making my bail

Canít read so good didnít worry about getting mail

Goodbye was a brown bag lunch and a kick in the tail


Now Iím back down home where I belong

Where women wear draws what the hell is a thong

Those folks are strange the way they live is just wrong

Got back just in time the welfare check be coming along



Author's Notes:

It's satire, I have family that live in the south. It might make a good song.    

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Comment By: FreeAdri on October 21, 2010 08:45:14 AM Report
Very funny and witty.  Well written and a scream to read.
Great work Steve, like it a lot.
Adri x

Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on October 3, 2010 07:59:44 PM Report
"Goodbye was a brown bag lunch and a kick in the tail" .....You were fortunate, Shady..All the times I got kicked, it was always four in the morning, with no brown bag lunch...Usually, my change would be missing from my personal affects....Love this "Bottom dogs of America" saga, buddy...Funny as hell...len
Comment By: FreeBarbara Demasson on October 3, 2010 11:22:14 AM Report
Crazy fun!!!!! You've shown a whole different side of your creativity in this post. I suppose this ain't the proper place to ask when that new batch is gonna be ready. My order is in and I'm thirsty. Loved this...made me laugh!!

~Barbara D.~

Comment By: FreeGraham Jones on October 3, 2010 03:52:38 AM Report
Well you had me grinning from ear to ear but not to sure how those concerned might take it though HaHa~Graham.
Comment By: Freee. Gene Myers on October 1, 2010 03:08:31 PM Report
Dang you .... you had me chuckling from the second line to the last.  That's a good one.  Thanks I needed that today.  Glad you said it was West Verginny.  I live in just plain Virginia.  Would like to think we've evolved further than dem dahr folks.
Again, cute
Comment By: FreeCindy Bendel on October 1, 2010 02:59:47 PM Report
hahahaha omg you have me so tickled! Really creative and full of fun. 
Great writing Steve!



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