David SmithWhite

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Song: Forever Bound - Poem by David SmithWhite

I won't go out for dinner,
and I won't go out for tea.
I won't go out for lovin'...
You mean too much to me!
I won't go out for supper,
and I won't go out for lunch.
You capture and you govern me;
at least that is my hunch.

You bind me up, my love,
you bind me down.
You wrap your strap, round and round.
You bind me up,
you bind me down.
Unto you, my love, forever bound.

I won't go out for family.
I won't go out for kids.
I won't go out just randomly;
I won't go out for quids.
I won't go out for fantasy.
I won't go out for thrills.
I stay at home for ecstasy,
and all your tender skills.

You bind me up, my love,
you bind me down.
But pitch your switch, my love,
onto the ground.
You bind me up,
you bind me down.
Unto you, my love, forever bound.

I won't go out for vanity;
I succumb to stronger wills.
I won't go out for sanity;
you warm my polar chills.
I won't go out for medicine.
I won't go out for pills.
You are my only remedy,
to cure my social ills.

You bind me up, my love,
you bind me down.
The thong is strong, my love,
and tightly wound.
You bind me up,
you bind me down.
Unto you, my love, forever bound.

You bind me up, my love,
you bind me down.
Unyoke the choke, my love,
lest I'm uncrowned.
You bind me up,
you bind me down.
Unto you, my love, forever bound.

I won't go out for therapy.
I won't go out for drugs.
I won't go out for company;
with you I'm close and snug.
I won't go out for dinner,
and I won't go out for tea.
I won't go out for lovin'...
You mean too much to me!


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 11, 2005



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