Medley - Poem by Oskar Hansen
“Moon light and lovers” yes I remember it well,
now I´m grateful for moonlight when going to
the outdoor loo where rats assemble.
Yesterday, when love was easy, yet she left
I blamed my after shave…me the lover had
my pick but the one that mattered left.
Everybody love somebody sometimes, I loved
everybody at the same time and found to my
utter surprise abandoned by everyone.
Smoke got in her eyes I was only trying to be
sophisticated, I left to hide away, but a man
needs his mate…but I had left it too late.
Love and glory, why didn´t I see that, thought
glory had to do with war. When she married
a hero, I saw it all and shot them both.
Hang down you head Tom cowboy hang
down your and cry they are coming for you
tomorrow and take your life.
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