My DJ

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
dedicated to You-Know-Who
not a very good write, or really a serious one anyway,
but I hope you enjoy it anyway

Submitted: April 27, 2008

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Submitted: April 27, 2008

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I saw the DJ at the party last night
Looking fine in his new hairdo
And then I hear somebody calling his name
And wow, the hot DJ was you

You totally tok my breath away
I fell head over heels once more
Couldn't take my eyes off of you at all
And while my heart began to soar...

Hey Mr. DJ!
Play a slow one for me tonight
Then ask me to dance
Rock with me, boy, and hold me tight

Make it a long one, Mr. DJ
I could dance with you all night
And, boy, you know that you liked it too
Yeah, you know that it felt right

You and I stood there talking
And we caught up for a while
You never heard the pounding
Of my heart each time you smiled

The flame had always existed
But was re-ignited there
Something about this disc jockey
Possessed me to smile and stare

Hey Mr. DJ!
Play a slow one for me tonight
Then ask me to dance
Rock with me, boy, and hold me tight

Make it a long one, Mr. DJ
I could dance with you all night
And, boy, you know that you liked it too
Yeah, you know that it felt right

Then it was time for me to leave
It killed me to say goodbye
Because I love my disc jockey
Even though I don't know why

I took one last glance before leaving
And it captivated me so
There was something that I had to say
To you, before I had to go

Hey Mr. DJ!
Play a slow one for us tonight
And make this dance last
So we can end this party right

Make it a long one, Mr. DJ!
And we'll just dance the whole night through
A little spark bursting into flames
Once again, I've fallen for you


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