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Momma, Poppa, Someone, Honk My Horn! Go Beep!

Momma, Poppa, Someone, Honk My Horn! Go Beep!

A Poem by Dusty Mondy
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A track from the Alias Punch almbum#2, A New Shade of Blue

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Help, I've been doomed,
Since I slurped up Salmonella,
Cold turkey cartoon,
And it was mighty fresh,

Oh, you buffoon,
Don your dress like Donatello,
This heat in June,
Swears you'll sweat,

I'd get out of bed,
But I need a gong,
I'd comb my hair,
But it takes too long,
I'd brush my teeth,
But the breath is gone,
You know the man,
He treats me wrong,
I need a Terminator,
For my Eddie Furlong,
I'd like to like his liquor,
But it's not too strong,

Though it may look like I just did weep,
The fact intact incapable am I to sleep,
Momma, Poppa, Someone, honk my horn Go beep!
Momma, Poppa, Someone, honk my horn Go beep!

I need some coffee,
Man, give me a sip,
Or at least some kind of chocolate,
Caffeine energy trip,
I asked for Godiva,
I got Nestle Quick,
Pack light and candles,
It's time for a trip,
I'll get a new perspective,
Even if I slip,
Can you clear my throat and hear my note,
When i yip yip,

"Listen, Son, you know you've got a name to keep,
Out of bed and comb your hair and brush your teeth!"
Momma, Poppa, Someone, honk my horn Go beep!
Momma, Poppa, Someone, honk my horn Go beep!


© 2010 Dusty Mondy


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haha, I like the Simpsons too

Posted 9 Years Ago


Exuberantly cromulent.

Posted 9 Years Ago


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Dusty Mondy
Dusty Mondy

Orlando, FL



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Along with movies, music, and video games, reading allows me to achieve complete escape. I love good stories as well as the art of creative writing. I am in love with song writing and I have found a g.. more..

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