Anthony Shurland Phillander


sexy in the Library


Sexy in the library

She’s sexy in the library if you see that librarian lady
Beautiful charming eloquent elegant sexy
She’s got such presence and plenty of personality
Guys visits the library just to see the sexy librarian lady

Information of all description’s available on demand
Books c.d.’s d.v.d.’s newspapers magazines
Media in every imaginable form and fashion
Still the only reason they are in the library is to see the sexy lady

She’s sexy in the library if you see her you will believe me
She’s an immense distraction to students studying in the library
She belong in movies with her beauty what is she doing in a library
She’s a movie star disguised as a librarian

She’s in the wrong profession
She belong in high fashion
What a sexy librarian
She’s sexy in the library.

Anthony S.Phillander©091211

Submitted: Friday, December 09, 2011

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