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A post I forgot yesterday.
[Verse One:]

Now when I first saw ya,
I really thought I knew ya
But now I see I don’t
And I wish that I did.
Honey made a right
Stepped off took flight
Upstairs, up some more
She made a left and head.
Looked down at my shoes
And the cuff in my slacks.
I know I got styles
And that the Sheep can attract
Came out with something sticking,
Double mint, ya know it
Yo, you think my breath was kicking
Now in the bathroom I go
And fixing his fro.
“The Sugar Dic Daddy Mista Lawnge”
What’s up Mista?
Smackin’ his fist-a
Say keep punchin’
In spite the legal come
Cause we’re on the one
Gotta get the job done
Now come on cousin let’s go have some fun
This party wasn’t wack yo
The toilet holds tobacco
That’s all I need to see
Oh, I’m reachin for a Philly

To arrange, I look at Lawnge he looks at me
He doesn’t say a word
And damn it feels strange
Walking through the crowd,
Pollution’s got me choking.
Funny that I’m choking,
Yo could it be that I’m smoking.
Pounds are going round,
And though I love my crew
I’m hoping, I’m hoping, I’m hoping, Oh.


Similak child, driving me wild
Simi-similak chilllllld

[Verse Two:]

I love it when a system’s
kinda booming courting sonic.
But now it’s honey suckle
For a chuckle and some tonic.
Over there
Don’t tell me you don’t see that cutie
Lawnge, look at double bubble
With the pirate’s booty
From birth, I say
she was raised to be all that
Gave her no food and fat
Strictly Similak.
Felt like a Senator’s son
The ties that be on Flo-Jo
Hon, whatcha drinkin’
Milk and armaret-Oh.
Pulled up beside her.
Couldn’t be denied her.
Ordered L I I T
Fill ‘er up, she:s got a rider.
She showed her dental work,
And said I looked familiar.
I touched her on the hand,
I had to feel her.

[Verse Three:]

I said, ‘Hey’
She said, ‘What’s up’
‘Do you mind?’ ‘Not much’
You look good and all of that
But you don’t know me to touch
I know you got a dozen
to the tenth you rotate to see
Run around the city
bein all carefree’n
How, now, see your brown cap
Wanna be my lover,
So you can do my girlfriends,
my sister, my mother.’
Yo I can’t front
Honey’s so blunt
So what’s up with your mother,
Will she give me what I want?
I’m playin’
But let me not delay in what I’m sdyin
initially attraction found your way
before the way in.
I’m single so there’s slimmies on my step
Doesn’t mean we jingle
Doesn’t mean we’ve slept.
I’m in the public eye,
Better believe that I’m an eye full.
But I’ll put it down
and go to Spain and dip the bull
We kicked it for a while
Vows was aroused
So Sheep, can see
How some thing’s tempt me
Her glass is empty
Give me more ice tea,
And her vitamin D.
She said, ‘Me?’
I said, ‘yes.’
She said, ‘Why?’
I said, ‘Guess.’
The horses, the hay
The milk, your breasts
I’m playin’
But let me not be weak
And let me speak,
Your mind is brighter
Than your bootie.
It’s the courtin’ that I seek.
[Chorus x4]

The manuscript Blue Lines is the fictional coming of age narrative of a young California woman Key Yemaya Walker, and her 2 year growing journey through school, love, and life period piece, written by Kenneth Suffern, Jr., taking place at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill between the years of 1997 – 1998. Loosely based on true events, and experiences during that time, told through the eyes and voice of the main female protagonist, a freshman first attending the school.