The First Date You’re cute, you’re sweet Let’s take that as read You ask me for an evening out You didn’t mention bed - You picked me up and talked to me We had a lovely meal You pecked me on the cheek goodnight Didn’t try to cop a feel - The Second Date You dressed yourself as nicely As you did for the first You let me see you at your best (Let me wonder what’s your worst) Took my hand when we were running To catch the late late metro Then let go when we caught it It was me who didn’t let you - Walked me to my front door Kissed me on the lips I had to snuggle right up close To even feel your hips Wrapped my arms around you Cloaked your tongue with mine I almost asked if you’d stay the night But changed my mind. Next time. - The Third Date The one where we ask the questions That we’ve not cared about before Like old boyfriends – shit, I’ve lost count! I tell you three or four - The one where we get cozy No matter where we are Your arm round me in the restaurant Your lips on mine in the bar - Your leg wrapped round mine for the cab ride home My breasts safely cupped in your hands Our lips superglued in an evening-long kiss And mine on the bulge in your pants - Back at my flat, you look round the walls See the diploma with my name upon it “Are you really called that?” You ask with a smile I say “yes” And then I act upon it.
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