My Girl Karen

by MissLady

On this particular morning, I watch you.
We made love last night and I'm thinking how good I felt.

Boy! I haven't felt that way in a while;
it was as if you wanted me to bear your child.
I couldn't understand why I felt so different this time. 

It almost felt like you were not mine
or could it have been my girl Karen who was on your mind.
Oh! I saw you that day when we all went out! 

You watched her wide hips, her firm lips, and her little waist,
you looked at her as if she was an exotic forbidden fruit
that your lips could not taste.

Yeah,I remember that day you called me to say
that you were up to your neck in work
and that you were coming home late.
I smiled with my lips and said, "O.K",
but with my eyes I cried trying to hide my feelings
knowing that your words were just a lie!

Tyrone! Why? Why do you hurt me?
The thought of you sexing my girl Karen, it just can't be.
Just the cruel thought of my girl Karen holding you
pretending like you are her man and she is your wife,
Damn my girl is livin' triff! I felt different last night Tyrone.
I haven't felt this way in a while.

Hell! I moaned like a cat for milk.......
Like a dog for a bone......
Like a fein for crack.......

You must'ta thought I was Karen cause you loved me to death!
SSSSSShit, it felt like yo tried to break my back!
Yeah! Look at you lying here all-peaceful,
but deep down inside I know you hurt,
I know your heartaches and when you look into my eyes, your soul deflates. 

Your kisses are no longer warm....
Your touches are no longer sincere....
I know that Karen is somewhere near, waiting on your call,
waiting on your touch, waiting on your kiss,
waiting on you to tell her that she is the only one you want to be with.

Now you have finally opened your eyes, smiling saying good morning,
while I kiss you gently and say, "HI", but I know deep down inside
that you wished when you opened your eyes that I would be MY GIRL KAREN!
not me lying by your side.

My Girl Karen by MissLady

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