Ace Of Black Hearts
The Wonder Of A Strange Woman In Your Bathtub
Have you ever come home to a strange naked women in your bathtub?
I don't know whether to scream get out, or ask if I can get in.
The disarming strangeness of dualities of positions stricken.
Sometimes it is easier to try to not understand.
So ignorance is not an excuse but a fact.
In this scenario, why, how, when would be all be very interesting stories.
But the one of you ignoring basic logic would be the most fun and dangerous.
I wonder where you end up, sipping champagne out of tall glass laying next to a very beautiful woman, or laying in the bathtub with your head smashed?
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