I visited some relatives from down south,
Who I only knew by word of mouth.
I went out to a club and I met a strange but attractive lady,
She was cute and a little dainty.
We danced all night and I had a ball,
We danced until they said last call.
We went back to her house and we did the dirty,
We did it til about six thirty.
She got out of the bed and she had something to tell me,
Oh no, oh no it couldn't be.
Please tell me, please tell me that it wasn't,
No, I'm not a man, I'm your first cousin.
Now out of all of the men that she could have picked,
It was me who got tricked.
Topic(s) of this poem: Family
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