Treasure Island

Marie Causey

(5/3/1959 / Newton Le willows UK)

Gossips


I am one of those women who don't give a toot
Cant be bothered with gossip, I don't give a toot
I don't go knocking on doors to borrow sugar
... Passing on gossip I don't give a bugger

So if you don't mind dear I wont join the clan
You are only neighbours, I don't give a dam
There nothing would surprise me about no 10
or Mrs Roberts who has an eye for the men

I see all and say nowt gossip isn't my thing
I don't care about no 30 or which way they swing
please bare this in mind when you knock on my door
I am not a watcher, I keep my eyes on the floor

I hear see and say nothing. Talk I never spread
I am not a gossip, I am better bred.
be best if you passed my house by don't call
because Mr's Watson I am not bothered at all

Copy Rights @Marie Causey 2011

Submitted: Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, January 04, 2012

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