Parody of “The Chieri”, words and music by
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Parody of “The Chieri”, words and music by Cynthia McQuillin
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Like MZB, CMQ was so skillful in her choice of words that she managed to make this scene sound romantic and magical when it’s essentially a night of mindless, drug-induced sex between strangers. In the wrong hands, it could easily have come out slightly differently and turned into something tawdry. To illustrate:
At the party, silver strobe lights lit the dance floor like a play,
And drunk on Wild Turkey, lightly on the ground she lay.
Her tongue dove like a hummingbird and explored like Daniel Boone.
I longed to be all over her, and feared I would too soon.
Oh, on and on! I’ll wait until she comes.
And though I might unleash it, I swear I’ll not release it too soon.
Her hair flashed in the strobe lights as I gazed upon her thighs,
And glistened with the passion of at least a dozen guys.
Her fingers pale and cool, they were, and I never got her name.
With the ecstasy and alcohol, I loved her as she came.
Oh, on and on! And on, and on, and on!
And though I might reject her, I swear I’ll not neglect her too soon.
At the party, silver strobe lights fight the glowing eastern sky.
The carpet’s strewn with stragglers snoring softly where they lie.
I long to join their slumber, for my pleasure’s turned to pain:
I’m pinned by those demanding thighs until she comes again!
Oh, on and on! I’ll wait until she’s done.
The tenth time I’d awoken, I realized I had spoken too soon.