Driven To Distraction - Poem by Joe Rosochacki
You're riding in my car
I turn on the radio
I'm pulling you closer
But you keep tellin' me no
You say you don't like it
But I know you're a liar
'Cause when we kiss
Forget about kissin’
Forget your lipstick,
Women don’t know what your missin’?
No restaurants when Harry met Sally,
You can have one in your car,
If doesn’t require you to have stick,
Automatic will do, but pay attention when you dally,
Radio, phones, beverages, and now vibrators,
What is going on?
Allstate would have fit, you’re not in good hands,
Geico should have a di(s) claimer saying,
If you get caught with the device,
Then your coverage would be void.
So you had better avoid,
Charging up yourself with a cigarette lighter,
Getting the “Big-O” on highway,
Abiding by AAA than the Big-O would be safer action,
Then being crumpled in a car, your dead body laid to rest,
Because a certain consequence, because you were driven to distraction.
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