"The Lift" as written by and Matthew Witte....
Diane I am hot
And I am cold and
Hard and swollen

Come relieve me
Kneel down beneath me
Tear me open and release me

I'm being taken
Half-way swallowed
Hair is up now
Cheeks are hollow

I feel lifted
She is gifted
My legs trembled
My hand's drifted
Behind her head
I think that I might be in love

She'll give in and
She'll get on it
Once she knows how bad I want it
And she'll turn herself around
My hands clamp tight around her shoulders
With one arm she'll push off the wall
And I'll bend that body over

I swear once I get up in her
She completely melts around me
She gets wetter than Seattle
Her lakes deep enough to drown me

Every man needs a Diane

I bit her bottom lip
She pulled my head down
Her stomach quivered
As I moved my tongue around

First the outside
Around the edges
Below the belt now
Behind the hedges

Then the inside
I pull her open
One hand's positioned
The other hand's groping

A slender neckline
A heaving chest
Her thighs grip tighter
She tears at my flesh
I think that I might be in love

She'll give in and
She'll get on it
Once she knows how bad I want it
And when she starts to come around
I push her up against the wall
I can feel my insides tightening up
I can't feel my limbs at all

I ride her harder 'till she's caving in
My blood pumps through my veins
My heart beats against her back
And then I scream out "What a shame!"

Every man needs a Diane
Every man can't have a Diane


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"The Lift" as written by Matthew Witte

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