Couldn'T Care Less - Poem by Esther Leclerc
Couldn't care less if it's commercial;
If you think the hook's too much.
The song says love is no rehearsal:
words burn of take-me-and-touch.
'Hurts so good...' I want to quote the rest
but I might get sued...
He makes me lust after flannel
shirts with long sleeves rolled up.
Move right away to Indiana;
I'll learn to love that mullet!
'Sink your teeth right through my bones, baby...'
well... don't mind if I DO!
Love to belt it out, making it my own.
Never mind I'm neither 'young nor green',
that's way beside the point anymore
'cause he ain't either, this farm boy dream...
(7.30.06 - John Cougar Mellencamp. I saw him back in the late 70's when he was starting out, going by 'Johnny Cougar'. He sang his only hit then twice, once during the concert and as his encore. He opened for Heart. His mullet was in full glory then; wisely, he has since dispensed with the look! Long live John and this song which you must hear to appreciate!)
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