I’ll get some honey on a spoon
And ram it down to keep me kind,
Up and down from noon till noon.
The air is thick with morning.
Shore to shore I’ve found and ditched crew,
Lost my head on how to see you,
Hung you out, thought the worst.
Thrown off course our cloud to burst,
Soaked to bones, we
Only ground to break.

You’ll get some fiction on a spoon
And ram it down to keep me blind,
Twisting fool twixt noon and noon.
The air is thick with bumbles.
More and more I’ve given me you,
Lost my heart on how to be true,
Shore to shore I’ve found and ditched crew,
Lost my guts for kissing you.
Quick to pout you caught the worst,
Typhoon came and caught you first,
Drowning minnow boy.


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