Treasure Island

Ibrar Siddiqi

(28.02.1970 / United Kingdom)

Go away annoying single woman


Ive been hurt in the past
By women whose love
I knew would never last
But the past 10 yeats
Ive been haunted by a pale apparition.
Follows my moves everywhere I go
probalby got an altar that the world would not know.

Go away annoying single woman
I've got a wife.
Thank God and the stars above
that I got a life.

You've slept with my boss
I just couldnt give a Luther (Vandross)
About the things you do
And if you dont leave know
Your arse will my big shoe.

I didnt like you then
So why the antics
I dont care
I still dont
So
Go away annoying single woman
Leave me alone......
Or the wife will break your legs!



An ode to all the wierd single women who've slashed my tyres, followed me home

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008
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