Radiator Blues



Lordy lordy why do things have to so slow
The bills keep coming
But the work don't no more
It's only a trend if thats what you call it
But the only thing leaking is my wallet
With all the old cars out on the road
There has to be some radiators that need to be sold
Well who in the hell is getting all the work
Gotta be one of those cut throat jerks
It's gonna be a long winter if I don't get some work
Oh what am I gonna do with these radiator blues
Lordy lordy why do things have to be so slow
You see the bills keep coming
But the work don't come no more

                                                         Rick Rhythm Williams
                                                            11/ 1990 (c) P.H.P
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Submitted on October 09, 2013

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Scheme ABCXXXXDXDXABC XX
Closest metre Iambic pentameter
Characters 698
Words 129
Stanzas 2
Stanza Lengths 14, 2

Rick Rhythm

I am a singer song writer musician and poet I have written published recorded my work And received several awards I have been published in 20 International poetry books and received six Editor's Choice Awards one Accomplishment of Merit an International poet of Merit Award The 2012 International Who's Who in Poetry Award and Best Poets and Poem of 2012 Award I have been on the radio and have played music on stage with several well known blues musician's one of the biggest crowds I have played in front of was over five thousand people My home is in Minneapolis MN But most of all My family is my first passion and number one love more…

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