Saturday, November 19, 2011

Das Boot

The Ballad of Right Boot

Oh, Right Boot, oh Right Boot.
I've torn my room apart.
Oh, Right Boot, oh, Right Boot.
Why don't you have a heart?
I've looked around my room ten fold,
But you are gone. My foot is cold.
I don't know why you've run to hide.
The room is small where I reside.
You'd think this wouldn't happen here,
But now you've gone and disappeared.
I looked around my desk and chair.
(I even dug through underwear.)
But you are no where to be found.
My heart--you threw it on the ground.
Your brother's here, and he says hey.
But you are not. You've run away.
Did I do something apropos?
I don't know why you had to go.
I'm hoping that you come home too,
Cuz Right Foot really misses you.

1 comment:

  1. HAHAHA That is an absolutely fantastic ballad!! I tend to sing my actions to Ender throughout the day in different musical styles and am now thinking of including Ballads into this! HA!


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