Steven Harris


Whiskey


(First whiskey)
thats what she told me.

(Second whiskey)
i didn't know why she would do that.

(Third whiskey)
Then she kicked me out.

(Fourth whiskey)
threw everything out the window.

(Fifth whiskey)
eveything was on the frass.

(Sixth whiskey)
All my clothes, shoes, snocks you name it
it was their
on the grass

(Seventh whiskey)
I hate hat bitch now, she ruined
my wife.

(Eighth whiskey)
is that a chair.

(Ninth whiskey)
I love this snong.

(Tenth whiskey)
i dont want her to qleave me
i luve her.

(Eleventh whiskey)
I nfeed too finds the toielt.

Submitted: Sunday, June 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, July 03, 2013

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