Sylvia Chidi


A love Rat

I love the wildcats
I love their wild bedroom combats
The truth is I am a love rat
I like to talk the sweet love chat
Flattery and chitchat is my lyrical loving format

I love them slim, I love them fat
I love them round, I love them flat
The truth is I am a love rat
Even the hornies that don't take a bath
I will still bow down and take off my hat

I know by heart the path
To the many wishes of a ladies heart
But I crawl in and out of my holes
With a lusty wandering heartless soul
So allow me to fly you to the higest pole

I give tit for tat
I could reward you with a lovely pat
You see loving a woman is a form of art
Take your time or right from the start
You will get slapped or spat at

Some call me a smooth talker
Some call me a love stalker
I can be your house or tomcat
I can be your relishing doormat
I am a love rat
And that is that

I'll make your heart drum beat by beat
I'll fondle you and care for you bit by bit
And when you my lovely baby flower fades
Paddle away I shall & farewell I will bade

2010 - Sylvia Chidi

Submitted: Sunday, May 16, 2010

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