J.W. Frogg

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Girl Be Knockin'


All the girls I want to have sex with are getting older
All the lies I have lied about make this a burden with no shoulder

There is a girl knockin' at my door who says she only sleeps with black guys
I'm afraid to answer and afraid to tell her that there is something she doesn't realize

That all the girls I want to have sex with are getting older
And all this nonsense is making trouble and making me bolder

There is a girl knockin' at my door that says she only meets with tall guys
I am ashamed to tell her and ashamed for her because I have hypothesized

That all the girls I want to have sex with are getting older
And all these distractions are the attractions and maybe I should record her

There is a girl knockin' at my door that says she only shines for tough guys
I don't feel her and no longer smell her because only one thing gets me high

That all the girls I want to have sex with are getting older

Submitted: Saturday, March 10, 2012
Edited: Sunday, April 01, 2012
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