25
Apr
08

Sweet Gina

Gina knows what’s in the mixed-up files
And Gina, she flies off to emerald isles
She’s got mermaid hair and a devil’s smile
And she’s fun even if a bit lacking in guile

Gina’s dramatic but no drama queen
And she knows of the worst art that I’ve ever seen
In a back-and-forth style she writes poetry keen
Even if voltas missed make her get mean

And Gina, sweet Gina
Six feet tall and a ball
Oh, Gina, sweet Gina
Should have it all
Never fall
Never worry at all
And I don’t think she knows
When she’s happy she glows
But that’s how it goes
Sweet Gina, my friend

She’s crossing the bridges and crossing the sea
To things Terabithian or Viennese
And even if she is a bit far from me
There’s no one whose happiness I’d rather see

And she’s opening kids up to wonder and art
A beautiful stunner with angelic heart
She just wants her kids to be happy and smart
And she works herself so hard just doing her part

And Gina, sweet Gina
Six feet tall and a ball
Oh, Gina, sweet Gina
Should have it all
Never fall
Never worry at all
And I don’t think she knows
We would fight all her foes
But that’s how it goes
Sweet Gina, my friend

And Gina
Oh, Gina
Sweet Gina
You don’t know
Gina, sweet Gina
Folks love you so
Gina
Oh, Gina
You are like whoa
You bestow
On the beaux
With a smile and “Hello”
Such a boosted ego
No, you don’t know
Sweet Gina, oh

Gina’s right hook is a mighty attack
And her eyebrows so fearsome you’re taken aback
While charm and affection she sure doesn’t lack
Intimidation can slow down the mack

Gina’s got everything all in a list
And if you meet her then she will insist
You help her find words that the others have missed
She’s filling notebooks and you will assist

Gina makes this world an excellent place
A wonderful mind and a beautiful face
And even if she’s mildly lacking in grace
She’s a friend that no other could ever replace

Gina, sweet Gina
Love you (Platonically) so

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2 Responses to “Sweet Gina”


  1. 1 Greg
    April 26, 2008 at 1:11 am

    She sounds great! I wish she really existed! I’d pay to see those fearsome eyebrows.

  2. 2 Nick Simmonds
    April 27, 2008 at 3:53 pm

    You say that like she doesn’t really exist. I do not have an eyebrow picture, however.


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