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Well Your My Bread I'm Your Butter

Well Your My Bread I'm Your Butter by Fred M. Lassonde

Well you are my Bread

and I am your Butter

With "I do" enough was said

Cause we luv one anutter


When I sneeze in your face

You do get the best of me

Yet then you go anudder place

Even when I am the best I can be


Yes Dear I am your sour pickle

I love your look when you kiss me

My kiss must give you such a tickle

Oh, how you always get the best of me!


Well you are my Bread

and I am your Butter

With "I do" enough was said

Oh how we luv one anutter


You being you and I being me

We are quite the pair you see

I do luv the look on your face

But you luv me in any case!


You are my sweet sour mash

Must be luv we have no cash!

Well nuff has been said

Will tell you more when I am fed


Cook up the taters and meat too

Show me a few teeth with your smile

Luv is so sweet and I be too

Specially when I eat and sleep awhile


Well you make me Bread

which I do butter

Yes, simply said

I can luv no utter!


Kiss me now

before I milk the Cow

Well nuff said

Just go to bed!

©Fred Monte Lassonde 2014
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