Barry Van Allen
Alternative Lyrics # 2 (A Day With The Wife)
As you read this... do it with The Beatle's ' A Day in the Life '
playing in your head............Apologies to all concerned!
I saw her nude today, Oh! , boy,
I was a lucky man that had it made,
alas; the news was rather sad,
... she wouldn't even laugh,
... she was still really mad.
It was a good time in a bar,
I didn't notice that her mood had changed,
from having fun to blaming me - - -
... I'd seen these moods before,
... I wasn't really sure,
... all I knew was that it could not be ignored!
She looked so firm today, Oh! , boy,
my little soldier begged to go to war,
her crowd of ladies always say - - -
but, when they had a look,
... an offer no one took,
- - - She loves to turn me 'round!
Woke up, jumped out of bed,
hauled a rake across my head,
... apologized, though not enough,
her mother was expecting us,
... got caffine, and all of that,
out the door while feeling flat,
... I did it all without a stroke,
I never spoke, but had the morning dream,
- - - Ahhh! , Ahhh! , Ahhh! , Ahhh!
I hope she's nude tonight, Oh! , boy,
four hours shopping ought to buy some things,
and though my efforts kind of stalled,
... I hope she counts them all,
... she's the kind that loves the small,
... white lies that keep going on,
... and on, and on, and on, and on...
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