Bill Simmons


Casanova - Poem by Bill Simmons

Some they say, he is a nova
Some they say, Casanova
Did you ever see such a thing
Some they say he is a woman's dream

All he's got to do is make the walk
Let the corner of his smile do all the talk
Women they spy from the corner of their eyes
Get a little glimpse when he walks by

Some they say, he is a woman's dream
Wears Levi's, tight fitting jeans
And every woman wants to own
There's not a one that wouldn't take him home

Just let a woman walk up say, hey
If you watch real close, her breath hesitates
All kinds of things running through her mind
If your not careful, it be cheating time

All he's got to do is make the walk
Let the corner of his smile do all the talk
All kinds of things running through her mind
If your not careful, it be cheating time.


Copyright 2006 Bill Simmons
aka BillWilliamStar
BillWilliamStar@aol.com

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 23, 2006



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