Too Much Cotton - Poem by Jerry Buckley
Tribute: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy
Jump down, turn around
I'm wearing too much cotton.
My eye for style and sharp profile,
guess I'd sorta' just forgotten.
Stuck in a rut with this bad hair cut;
sure could use a trip to Lanskey's.
Some good advice would be right nice,
from them good ole' manly manskies.
No I'm not fly, but I'm your guy,
straight focused, never waivers.
Just dress me up and take me out,
you guys are some real life savers.
'Voice of One' @ Jerry Buckley
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