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I met a boy called Frank Mills
On September twelfth right here
In front of the Waverly
But unfortunately
I lost his address

He was last seen with his friend,
A drummer, he resembles George Harrison of the Beatles
But he wears his hair
Tied in a small bow at the back

I love him but it embarrasses me
To walk down the street with him
He lives in Brooklyn somewhere
And wears this white crash helmet

He has gold chains on his leather jacket
And on the back is written the names
Mary
And Mom
And Hell's Angels

I would gratefully
Appreciate it if you see him tell him
I'm in the park with my girlfriend
And please

Tell him Angela and I
Don't want the two dollars back
Just him!


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    My OpinionA clash of cultures! The singer comes across as very young, inexperienced, blown away by the sheer sexy amazingness of Frank but not ready to overcome her embarrassment while they were actually together. Which doesn't seem to have been for a very long time - minutes rather than days, probably. Frank, on the other hand, got exactly what he could from their brief encounter: the loan of two dollars! And now she and her friend Angela are regretting their missed opportunity, and putting out a request which sounds like the way school kids are taught to write a letter of enquiry. Totally hilarious!

    Oh, and the religious references. Mary + Mom = Mother Mary. Hell's Angels at least has angels. And Angela could hardly sound more respectable. Plus, George Harrison was the most respectable Beatle. Our Heroine probably thought it could all work out.
    deborah305on December 08, 2016   Link

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