Tom Zart


Work That Body & Work That Soul - Poem by Tom Zart

Drive my car wear my jewels
Make me feel like the king of fools.
Work that body
Work that body
Try not to hurt nobody

David loved Bathsheba, Samson loved Delilah
I love you and your name's Twyla.
Work that body
Work that body
Try not to hurt nobody

Life without love is empty and cruel
Without God's grace we remain a fool.
Work that body
Work that body
Try not to hurt nobody

After death I pray to go to Heaven
For I've been saved since I was eleven.
Work that body
Work that body
Try not to hurt nobody

Life can be short, life can be long
God sees all we do right or wrong.
Work that body
Work that body
Try not to hurt nobody

By Tom Zart
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Topic(s) of this poem: faith


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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 28, 2013

Poem Edited: Saturday, October 11, 2014


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