Robert Rumery

Rookie (1-17-85 / Dover-Foxcorft, Maine)

Crazy About Her - Poem by Robert Rumery

I'm so Crazy about her,
I think of her night and day,
ooh yeah,
her baby-blue eyes,
her godly brown locks,
The best damn body,

that any guy would want,
to get with,
I'm a bunch of nerves,
no style, no figures,
just a small town boy,

just looking for some love,
and a mind that never quits,
and a heart of gold,
but you can't that,
by stand there alone,
and so lonely.

So what are you doing,
over there playing with your hair,
waiting to be rescued,
and swept off your feet,
by your prince in shinning armor,
and on a white horse,

Or are you going to sit on that rock,
so neatly with your legs crossed,
or do I have to make the first move,
persuade you to take a dip in my love pool,

Chorus: Crazy About Her,
Well it Not Stop,
Crazy About Her,
She Makes My Heart flutter,
Crazy About Her,

You look so lovely,
let me pick this flower up,
and give it to you,
and make you smile so big,

smile like you used to,
now here I go,
bringing her happiness you can see,
she’s so beautiful,
it was love at first site,

Chorus: Crazy About Her,
Well it Not Stop,
Crazy About Her,
She Makes My Heart flutter,
Crazy About Her,

She smiles at me,
and tells me that I'm sweet,
I get a warm feeling,
a feeling that wants to now more about her,

she placed her hand on my cheek,
and she looked into my eyes,
but her eyes looked into my soul,

a wild sensation,
was I in love? ,
or was I just insane?
I can feel her fears,
and taste her passions,

Chorus: Crazy About Her,
Well it Not Stop,
Crazy About Her,
She Makes My Heart flutter,
Crazy About Her,

I'll take her hand,
and make her happy tonight,
a dinner,
a night of passion that won't die,

Crazy about her,
Yes I am,
Crazy About Her,
make it last forever,
Crazy About Her,
I Want To Make Her Mine,


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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 29, 2006



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