free cee UNLIKE ME I WILL BET HE WAS A CHUBBY HUBBY

Written by: jeffry cohan

UNLIKE ME I WILL BET HE WAS A CHUBBY HUBBY

I had many extraordinary expectations
Some of them out of the ordinary but none out of order
You had your own secret obligations
Such as a husband, son and a very young daughter

Whenever a wretched wind whips and blows
Whenever a chill wills me chapped, trapped and cold too
Whenever or wherever a loathsome weed grows
Whenever these things happen I’m reminded of you

I never knew about two children and a spouse
Oh yes I did but you swore the two of you were divorced
I did, however, once see your quaint sunny yellow house
But you swore you saw hubby only when frightfully forced

Well that wasn’t the case but I, with certainty, wish it was
So here sit I without a sliver of a silver dime
You lied because that’s what an unmitigated liar does
And instead of meeting you I’d rather have done a long stint of prison time
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