Ramona Thompson


Oh Horny Night


Erotic parody of the Christmas classic, O Holy Night

Oh horny night
My lover's glow in the dark condom is brightly shining
It is the night of my first sweet orgasm's birth
Long do we plan to lay panting and lustfully moaning
Till the dawn appears
We will make the most of what this night's worth

A thrill of desire
Our sweaty bodies rejoice
For yonder breaks thru my hymen a new and glorious moaning

Oh how he adores
When before my man
I fall to my knees
Oh hear the rising of erotic voices
Oh on this night so divine
Oh on this night when a virgin's first orgasm is born
Oh with a man so very sexy and divine
Oh on this night, this night so very delicious and divine

Pantie lines my man shall break
So gentle and caring will be my lover
And in shouting out his name shall my fears shall cease
Sweet groans of joy together we'll share in greatful chorus as we
Explore intimate secrets inside and out
Moaning one another's names

Oh my lord!
Don't ever let him
Don't ever let him stop
Oh no oh no
All the sweet and tender things he is doing
On this night, oh on this night so delicious and divine
Oh no oh no
On this night, on this night so delicious and divine
Oh no oh no
On this night, on this night so delicious and divine

2008 Ramona Thompson

Submitted: Monday, December 15, 2008

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  • Rookie *Trusting You* (12/15/2008 10:31:00 PM)

    Oh horny night
    My lover's glow in the dark condom is brightly shining
    It is the night of my first sweet orgasm's birth
    that is Amazing! ! ! good job.
    Becca (Report) Reply

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