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Good and Plenty
It happened on a summer night
Sitting together in the moonlight
I looked at her, it made me smile
For I knew what would happen, in a little while

My move must be smooth, I began to think
When she looks at me, I'll give her a wink
She was barely nineteen, I had just turned twenty
She had what I wanted,and it was good and plenty

I looked into her big brown eyes,still thinking of my plan
I put my arm around her,then I touched her on the hand

She was getting nervous,and she knew that I could tell
So I leaned and whispered in her ear,'Gee,You're looking swell.'
She closed her eyes and puckered. and with a sneaky grin
I grabbed the candy off her lap, and ran just like the wind.

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By George Langley

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