Chris Leermakers

(13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

Make A Move


It’s Burning To A Tee
The Flame Has Set Alight
The Rising Of The Free
Smoke And Outer Sight
I Need It For The Glass?
I Need It For Myself?
I Need It, Is That A Fact?
I Definitely Need To Be Exact

It’s Oozing Down My Throat
It Starts To Hit The Sweet
Spot The Other Goat
I’m Terrible To Meet
It’s Time To Down One More
Give Me Time To Score
Now I’m Getting Sore
It’s Time To Make A Move
I Wonder What I’ll Prove
Feed The Bag To Me
Feed It Endlessly
Saliva Needs A Break
Time To Have A Drink
To Intoxicate
And Reach The Other Side
But Isn’t That A Joke
You Are Such A Fool
Now You Start To Choke
Enigmatic Smoke
Is Filling Up The Room
Wait A Minute, Boom
Get Closer With The Zoom

Let’s Fill Another Room
Let’s Cut Up Some More
See If We Can Score
Come On And Have Some Fun
Dance Up On The Sun
Oh, I Think It’s Blocked
Just Leave It To Me
I’ll Unlock The Locked
And Tend To Set It Free

Exhale The Inner Trip
It’s Going Out Of Me
I’m Starting To Rip
Out Places Near And Far
No Matter Who You Are
I’m Starting To Regret
The Loss Of The Good Set
Unzip The Zipped
Oh Hang On
I’m Ripped…

Submitted: Monday, June 24, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
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