CATCH YOU DOWN THE LINE

Well it’s a pleasure to see you, but I wouldn’t wanna be you
Cause all in all I’m happy to be me.
But you’re lickety split with the banter and the wit
And the elevator waiter repartee.

I see you driving ‘round town with your windows all down
Drinking liquor with a kicker and lime.
You’re doing fine. 
I’ll catch you down the line.

It’s been a lotta fun, hun, but I guess I gotta run 
Cause I kinda think it’s getting kinda late.
So I’m stumbling home, but I’ll getcha on the phone
For some talkie talk if you can relate.


Don’t wanna burst your bubble 
But I think you might be trouble
And me and trouble get along just fine.
I’ll catch you down the line.

I remember a time when I couldn’t even rhyme
But I could walk and talk like one of the guys.
My songs were too long and the words were all wrong
But life was copacetic otherwise.


I was getting my thrills from little white pills
And washing ‘em down with wine.
But now I’m fine. 
I’m doing fine.
And I’ll catch you on down the line. 

Let me tell you ‘bout this girl been a rocking my world
With her telepathic pornographic mind.
She’s the cat’s meow, and I don’t know how
I can live without her living in my life. 


You know I wanna please her 
‘Cause she’s the bee’s knees.
I coulda shoulda drop her a line, 
Tell her she’s mine.
I’ll catch her down the line. 

Let me tell you ‘bout by baby she’s a complicated lady
With her empathetic non-synthetic vibe.
She’s a mover and a shaker, and everywhere I take her
It’s a really silly willy nilly time. 


Sometimes she gets funky 
With the flunkies and the junkies
Drinking watermelon dandelion wine. 
That’s just fine.
I’ll catch her down the line.

You know I wanna please her 
‘Cause she’s the bee’s knees.
I coulda shoulda drop her a line. 
Tell her she’s mine.
She’s so fine.
And I’ll catch her on down the line.
 

Our homage to Led Zeppelin's "Hey, Hey What Can You do"

She's just not that into you, dude.

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