Her eyes were green.
Her skin glistened.
Talk all you want to, she never listened.
She'll love you for an instant but how quickly she forgets,
And as she drove away she was listening to Benny and the Jetts.

She'll walk by your window you'll only catch a glimpse.
She'll dissapear like vapor and leave a trail of hints.
But all you'll really capture is that feeling in your chest,
And as she drove she was listening to Benny and the Jetts.

She's the poets night mare, she'll sink into your sole.
She'll absorb your passion and turn it into coal.
Well i ain't no poet but I'll try like all the rest,
I remember as she drove away she was listening to Benny and the Jetts.

To Benny and the Jetts (x3)

She'll love you for an instant but how quickly she forgets (To Benny and the Jetts)
But all you'll really capture is that feeling in your chest (To Benny and the Jetts)
Well I ain't no poet but I'll try like all the rest (To Benny and the Jetts)
I remember as she drove away she was listening to Benny and the Jetts.

To Benny and the Jetts.



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    General CommentFixed:

    Her eyes were green
    Her skin glistened
    Talk all you want to, she never listened
    She'll love you for an instant but how quickly she forgets
    and as she drove away she was listening to Benny and the Jetts

    She'll walk by your window you'll only catch a glimpse
    She'll disappear like vapor and leave a trail of hints
    But all you'll really capture is that feeling in your chest
    And as she drove she was listening to Benny and the Jetts

    She's the poet’s nightmare, she'll sink into your soul
    She'll absorb your passion and turn it into coal
    Well I ain't no poet but I'll try like all the rest
    I remember as she drove away she was listening to Benny and the Jetts.
    Thermidoron October 02, 2011   Link

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