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TITLE: Jazz Singer
By Lesley-Anne Evans
02/04/08
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I can't seem to get my thoughts across in the last stanza... that is, that the evening was fun, but my reality is the man I married, and my heart is going home with him!
five oclock shadow on your eight oclock face
you hold the mic tenderly in your embrace
your baby face wet with traces of sweat, and
you sing to me, you sing to me.

mainstage lights glitter and black ebony glows
brass band sparkle matches the shine on your shoes
the boys play on as you croon your song, and
you sing for me, you sing for me

what heat in the words that haunt your lips
crowd of thousands wrapped Ďround your fingertips
platinum wives and young women breathlessly gaze, as
you toy with us, you toy with us

black patent shoes dance on the door to my heart
your flirtatious promises are a well reheased art
Iím mesmerized by your contrived gestures of hand, and
I swoon for you, I swoon for you

Then itís over, the starry night fantasy done
you exit stage right, your encore is sung
An old melody starts with the touch of a familiar hand
my true loveís touch, my true loveís touch.
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