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Eager To Please

This song was created for Game of Bands round 249 : "Naughty"

Lyrics:

Since I was young, it seemed to me
that boys were never int'resting.
The way they peacocked, so annoying;
tedious, so childish, boring.

In highschool things began to change
when I took art, eleventh grade.
The teacher, he was old enough
to be my father, and yet I was

enthralled the way he spoke of paintings,
sculpture, form and human failing.
When at last we covered bodies
I wished that his was pinning me.


It's not that complicated.
I don't need a shrink.
Just tell me I'm your good girl
and I'm eager to please.


Next I took a summer class.
A course I needed just to pass.
I can't remember what he taught
because the room was just so hot.

I thought perhaps AC was broken.
I found it kinda hard to focus.
I'd melt into a little puddle
as he'd roll up his sleeves.


It's not that complicated.
I don't need a shrink.
Just tell me I'm your good girl
and I'm eager to please.

Oh I don't have a complex;
there's just something I like
about a man who looks like he
knows how to knot a tie.

I always did my homework
and readings all ahead.
I'm cashing in my brownie points
For time with him instead.


As I got a little older
I liked to play a little bolder.
He knew that he could never have me
but I liked to make believe.

In lecture I would bat my eyes,
stretch my skirt across my thighs.
I'd catch him sneaking secret glances;
I'd sit and spread and tease.


It's not that complicated.
I don't need a shrink.
Just tell me I'm your good girl
and I'm eager to please.

It's not that complicated.
I don't need a shrink.
Just tell me I'm your good girl
and I'll be on my knees.
[Exit]

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