Snake Blocker


Same Place, New Face


You were Anne [kiss, kiss on checks].
I called you Annie [brush shoulders on each other].
Names and faces always change,
But you're the same [push, push received].
You are evil.
You're destructive.
You're "the game" [push, push].
You're the demon of pure jealousy with tricks, and lies and looks,
You wrote "the book" [spin her around].
You learned to cook [serpent tongue].

You were Trish [blow a kiss].
I called you Kori [slap, slap received].
Names and faces always change,
But you're the same [push, push received].
You are evil.
You're destructive.
You're "the game" [push, push].
You're the demon of pure jealousy with tricks, and lies and looks,
You wrote "the book" [spin her around].
You learned to cook [serpent tongue].

You would rob [steal my wallet].
I called you Robyn [she counts the money].
Names and faces always change,
But you're the same [push, push received].
You are evil.
You're destructive.
You're "the game" [push, push].
You're the demon of pure jealousy with tricks, and lies and looks,
You wrote "the book" [spin her around].
You learned to cook [serpent tongue].

You were Elizabeth, Miss Markman,
And you made your mark on me.
You never missed [twist knife at my heart].
My heart would bleed.
You were Trista Kori Arnes [stab at my back].
You were Anne Marie "the Wolfe" [slash, slash knife at me].
You were Robyn "2 T" Whittaker [stab, stab knife at me].
The memories that shook [shake body].
You stole my heart [grab at my heart].
You were a crook [steal my hat].
You broke my heart [pound on heart].
I took the hook [they pull me in].
I took the hook [pull in closer].
I took the hook [face to face].

Submitted: Thursday, August 09, 2012

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