Ramona Thompson


Lesbian Woman-V 1


A rewrite/parody of the classic Pretty Woman

Lesbian woman prowling down your street
Lesbian woman, guaranteed I'm the kind of woman you're like to eat
Lesbian woman, you can believe me
It's the truth
No one could do you as good as me
Mercy


Lesbian woman, won't you come over and please me
Lesbian woman, surely you can't help but see
Lesbian woman, I know you must be as horny as me
So tell me baby
Are you hot and bothered tonight?
Just like me


Lesbian woman, lick me a while
Lesbian woman, rub me down a while
Lesbian woman, give the best of your breasts to me
Lesbian woman, oh oh oh
Lesbian woman, do me that way
Lesbian woman, say you'll spend the night with me


Cause I wanna sex you
I'll love you down right
Just say you'll come with me baby
Be mine tonight


Lesbian woman, don't walk on by
Lesbian woman, don't try to lie or deny
Lesbian woman, don't walk away
Ok


If that's the way you wanna be, ok
I guess I'll find another to take home, give them a red hot date
As for you
Baby you'll have another chance tomorrow night


But wait, what do I see?
Is she walking back to me?
Yeah, my baby is walking back to come onto to me
O-oh
Lesbian woman

2008 Ramona Thompson

Submitted: Wednesday, January 30, 2008

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  • Alex Fairbairn (2/17/2009 11:45:00 AM)

    Hahaha nice! Ummm... I don't really know what else to say that wouldn't make me seem sexist, a chauvinist or a misogynist so I'm saying nothing. (Report) Reply

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