Celebrating the work of Walt Whitman and inspired by Freddy Freeman.
First of all, it's not my fault That I don't know that much of Walt
And so to start, I was quite lost Because our paths have never crossed
I grew up in a different land Arrived here one day quite unplanned
And yet I'm told we might get on Since you're adept to speak in song
Magnetic man, the nation's poet Pioneer who loved to show it
Rugged, handsome, cabin dweller Grounded, heart-felt storyteller
And yet you had a softer side You felt you didn't need to hide
Part of a tribe where all belong Fertile female, shameless schlong
And while all that is fine and dandy I wonder, have you tried some Candy?
And so Walt, if we come to pass I long to feel your leaves of grass
I celebrate myself very much With thoughts of your strong, sexy touch
You see I've fallen under your spell Oh Captain, My Captain, Rise up....and hear the bells!!!