<p>by God, I don't know what to
<p>they're so nice to have around.
<p>they have a way of playing with
<p>and looking at the cock very
<p>examining each part
<p>as their long hair falls on
<p>it's not the fucking and sucking
<p>alone that reaches into a man
<p>and softens him, it's the extras,
<p>it's all the extras.
<p>now it's raining tonight
<p>and there's nobody
<p>they are elsewhere
<p>in new bedrooms
<p>in new moods
<p>or maybe in old
<p>anyhow, it's raining tonight,
<p>on hell of a dashing, pouring
<p>very little to do.
<p>I've read the newspaper
<p>paid the gas bill
<p>the electric co.
<p>the phone bill.
<p>it keeps raining.
<p>they soften a man
<p>and then let him swim
<p>in his own juice.
<p>I need an old-fashioned whore
<p>at the door tonight
<p>closing her green umbrella,
<p>drops her green umbrella,
<p>drops of moonlit rain on her
<p>purse, saying "shit, man,
<p>can't you get better music
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