First þegar hitti'ég Frank Mills
Þá var fimmtándi sepember.
Ég hitti hann einmitt hér.
Hann sagði mér hvar hann býr.
Svo gleymdi ég því.
Síðan hef ég ekki séð hann aftur
honum svipar í sjón George Harrisonar
nema´ að hárið á honum er alltaf greitt aftur í tagl.

Ég elska´ hann mjög heitt en samt vil ég síður
sjást með hann mér við hlið.
Ég held hann búi í Brooklyn.
Hann er með hjálm á hausnum
og í gatslitnum gallabuxum
og leðurjakka sem letraðer á
“María Mamma og “Hell´s Angels.”

Mikið þætti mér vænt um ef þið
mynduð sjá hann að þið
segðuð við hann hitti mig hér
og að mig langi ekki´í aurinn
aftur sem hann sníkti af mér
helldur hann.


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