Treasure Island

Buddy Bee Anthony

Mocha Joy

She the girl who's halo slipped down to her shoulder
She the girl
wear her clothes all dirty white
She the girl
never seem to grow much older
She the girl
make you sweat the sheets at night

And she the girl whose soul could fill up all the oceans
She the girl been spinnin my emotions
til I'm drownin
twistin slowly
in a circle
like a whirlwind
from my insides to my out

She the girl without a doubt
had to come from somewhere
She the girl
much sweeter than a prairie rose
she the girl
who seems the sum of nowhere
She the girl
always thinkin til she knows
How does she know I'd love to make her one time
I'd send her me
with a pink card and a sticky valentine
Inside my message would simply read
You fill my every burnin, achin need

Let me tell you all about her
Oh boy, Mocha Joy
she the girl
and she be comin on back for me.
Joy Dancer, Joy danse'
you don't say?
You're slinkin on back to me.

By Buddy Bee

& Melissa Howells

Submitted: Saturday, July 28, 2012
Edited: Friday, August 22, 2014
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