Treasure Island

Francis Duggan


Superior To Me


With ten children and thirty grandchildren and living with his sixth wife
For one of his age he leads an exciting life
He is sixty six and she is thirty three
As a man he is surely superior to me.

He has heaps of money it does seem that way
And money speaks every language some are known to say
A beautiful blond just a tad past her prime
He treats her as special and buys her a good time.

Six times married to his marriage vows he has not held true
But on his behalf six wives a good effrort for to give him his due
And who knows his sixth wife may not be his last
He may have a few wives left in him if going by his past.

Five times divorced and with his sixth wife does not seem a bad effort at all
Though men who have had more wives than him are not hard to recall
Still he does have a way with the ladies since facts to us never do lie
His sixth wife may not be his last wife that is if of old age he will die.

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2008

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