Crazy Girl

Can you feel the power in her strut?
So hard to find such a love of hard-knocks,
She's the kind to say what she doesn't show,
Whether it be here or on the road.

A definite woman in her prime,
She's so insanely invincible!
Other women fear her daring sight,
As Palmer said, she's simply irresistible!

Look at those American legs on the prowl!
Side by side commanding respect from all,
No telling what she can do to make you fall,
When her gaze puts you six feet in the ground.

Ruby red lips stole from a flower's bliss,
Never been kissed could any man comprehend it?
Hurry, you'll miss her pass by the market,
Around the corner cunning like a bandit.

There's a cop by passing through the town,
Lights suddenly go off in an instant flash!
So bad she has the officer rocked in her control,
She flees the scene with power in her hands.

She has now gone off to somewhere hidden,
With a deep breath take in the elixir you saw,
A piece of her glittery red dress is left,
Rejoice the beautiful extraordinaire in awe!

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