Christopher's Dead

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*high School Romance (Just A Teenage Girl) - Poem by Christopher's Dead

She wears a black bar over her eyes so you don't have to see her
Or at least she believes so if she can't see you
And her skin sticks to her clothing, pulsing sweat from the sunlight
If you get under that bar long enough you'll stick like glue
The accidental shirt slips down under the finer linen
Embarrassed that she has the shirt on in the first place
The finer things in life come free anyway, that's what she says
But she keeps that bar over her eyes, your mind starts to race

And when she smiles
And you're in denial
You can't help erase
What you know in the back of your mind she is

She's just a teenage girl, does she know any better?
Just a teenage girl, certainly her dad wouldn't let her
A teenage girl, and you wish you could have her
But I'm a teenage guy, and she's mine

Though I can't help wondering why she wants you
And I hope and pray that one day she'll look back at me
You know she likes you ‘cause your hands are so damn big
Well how the hell am I supposed to compete with that?

She wears a black bar over her eyes so you don't have to see her
Other censorship seems a waste when she gives it away
The finer things in life come free anyway, that's what you think
But I swear that I'll make you pay for taking her from me

And when she smiles
And you're in denial
You can't help erase
What you know in the back of your mind she is

She's just a teenage girl, does she know any better?
Just a teenage girl, certainly her dad wouldn't let her
A teenage girl, and now yeah you have her
And I'm just a teenage guy, she used to be mine.


Comments about *high School Romance (Just A Teenage Girl) by Christopher's Dead

  • (5/9/2011 12:50:00 PM)


    i really like this. its a song, right? let me know when you have it on youtube with music so i can listen to it. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 25, 2011

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 7, 2012


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