Ebony And Ivory (2) - Poem by Melvina Germain
He was a Black man ya know
blacker than the ace of spades.
I guess you can call him Blue black
that's just how he was made.
Well he met himself a white girl
O she was white as snow.
Her eyes sparkled when she laid eyes on him
and he was a little taken back ya know.
She was a bit aggressive
not what he was use to ya hear.
That lady made up her mind,
baby you're not going anywhere.
Many years have passed
since I met ebony and ivory.
Such a loving and delightful couple,
I knew they were sure to be.
Written by: Melvina Germain
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