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Mannequins Of Massachusetts

well i saw you at all the stores
staring at all the mannequins
you wanted to shop for shoes
but all i wanted to do was sit at home and smoke cannibus
you wanted to go to the salon
to get your nails done, well it's back to the lab again
i wanted your c*nt on my mattress so we can have mad sex
come on babe, come make me feel like a man again

well i called you at 2 in the afternoon
and you were feeling sad again
you were upset that your chihuahua
was again up to shenanigans
you were set on going to the museum today
didn't wanna, but i don't wanna make you mad again
i wanted the old you back like before when we met in college
come on babe, come make me feel like a man again

well i thought we were supposed to go bowling
but you just said you don't like the challenge
you said you just wanted to sit at home and play checkers
i'm more of a chess man and your skills are just average
i asked if you could cook me some sirlion steak
but you just shook your head and tossed me some sandwich breads
i wanted the woman i fell in love with when we first met
come on you lusty young lady in red, come make me feel like a man again
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Submitted on July 18, 2016

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