Elisabeth Anne Wingle
Lisa And Sue's Night Out - Poem by Elisabeth Anne Wingle
Dinner's over, dishes are done
Time to go and have some fun
Curl your hair and paint your face
A little perfume, a little lace
Pick up Sue and off we go
Tonight we'll find our Romeos
We walk in and feel the beat
I know tonight we'll move our feet
The first place we stop, is in the john
We have to see if our lipstick's on!
'What do you think? Do I look alright? '
'You look fine! Are my jeans too tight? '
'Do you wanna, get some beer? '
'Oh my God! Look who's here! '
'Come on Lisa, lets dance! ! Please! '
'I think I'm turning Japanese! '
Off to bogie, bump and grind
Here come our stalkers, right on time
To dance with us is such a thrill '
'Relax Buddy! ' 'Take a pill! '
'Sue, you wanna take a cruise? '
'Sure, we've got nothing to lose.'
Billy walks by, and our hearts start to race.
Oh baby, he puts a smile on your face! .
Poet's Notes about The Poem
I also reference the song ' I'm turning Japanese' if you have never heard it, you owe it to yourself to listen.its one of my favorite 80s songs. Don't forget to dance!
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