Water Sports

Verse in “Keep Yourself Alive (Queen)” style

Once we got off on the right foot, tally-ho I sucked her left.
I was out countin’ my blessin’s but not a penny left to bless,
I could spend a lifetime shrimpin’, an’ still never get bored,
but I thought I’d play the gentleman ‘fore I started to play more.

I asked “Is the sky the limit? Or where do ya draw the line?”
She said “‘cept for golden showers I’ll give anythin’ a try!”
Just like the Devil’s children, I’ve had all the Devil’s luck,
her sex is more addictive than a rave designer drug.

It was the start of somethin’ beautiful, an’ I’m so glad that I asked,
even with a rude awakenin’, [won’t be the first], won’t be the last.
The foreseeable lookin’ nova, not to say sensational,
from ABC swingin’ parties to un(usual)zoosexual/(breath)zoosexual.

‘cos I had all of my work cut out, I took time off in lieu,
un(ac)countable positions, breakin’ immoral tabus.
And though I’m not religious, I said a prayer each night,
flickin’-through-the karma sutra for the next wild thing to try.

SOLO/BREAK

All the plans that I was forgin’, dashed, we had to cut things short,
didn’t end in necrophilia but we drowned in

Water Sports.

©16.5.2019 Andrew Robert Chapman

Shrimping: Foot fetish: Sucking or licking toes.

She said “‘cept for wearin’ diapers I’ll give anythin’ a try!”
She said “‘cept for golden showers I’ll give anythin’ a try!”
there’s lots and lots to try out, before we have to say adieu.
The foreseeable’s lookin’ bright, not to say sensational,
from kinky ABC parties to un(usual)zoosexual.
inummerable positions, ‘fore we have to say adieu.
found myself addicted to a new designer drug.
uncountable positions, and I only know a few.
Seems I’ll have all of my work cut out, better take time off in lieu,
All the plans that I was makin’, dashed, I had to cut things short,
uncountable positions, breakin’ bad ‘n’ worse/vile tabus/bad evil tabus.
well we got off on the right foot, and then I sucked her left.
nicely got off on the right foot, and then I sucked her left.
but I thought I’d be a gentleman ‘fore I started to explore.


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