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An Opportune Moment


You’ve liked her for ages and ages
You’ve wrote pages upon pages,
Of love poetry in the dormentry,
For she is the fairest of them all,
As you keep telling the mirror on the wall,
I’m sure one day that mirror is gonna crack,
Not that your ugly but at your statement,
Don’t just say it just do it.

A discotheque on the Sabbath,
Is the setting for this tale ladies and gentlemen,
As our dreamer might become a believer,
A sip of the punch after the first cupful,
He wished he had not skipped lunch,
Feeling queasy and ladies he’s feeling easy ;)
As Cinderella enters the hall,
He whispers she’s the fairest of them all.

Take a quick picture,
Take a quick picture,
Take a quick Polaroid picture
Sip that strange mixture,
Sip that strange mixture,
Take a quick picture of………….

I’m sorry ladies and gentleman,
But were having a technical difficulty
We’ll bring back the show with all our ability,
Let us recap on what we’ve seen so far,
Boy loves girl, boy sees girl at a dance,
Then we lost contact before any romance,
Will the boy ever get his satisfaction?
We have a signal! Lights, camera, action!

Oh isn’t she elegant isn’t she neat,
To him everything is relevant,
As she dances with enchantment at her feet,
He looks at her and she notices,
He can believe his eyes as she approaches,
With a smile she asks his name,
He just blushes and smiles back,
Caught by surprise he looses track of reality.

If you were waiting for an opportune moment,
That was it,
If you were waiting for an opportune moment,
That was it and you blew it.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 15, 2007
Edited: Monday, March 28, 2011

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