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Her in That Dress

by Rebecca Loebe

 

I could shut down the city, 

throw you a parade

With circus tents and elephants, 

firework displays

I could be barnum or bailey, 

an army of rockettes

But I can’t compete with her in that dress

 

I could build a home for orphans, 

walk across the Nile

Find a cure for cancer, 

help your parents reconcile

I could be shot out of a cannon, 

land on your front step

But I can’t compete with her in that dress

 

An unnerving sensation, 

a disturbing relationship

In which I’m envious of bumps in the night

 

I could show you how I love you 

every second of every day

Tell you oh you are free to go 

but welcome to stay

I could guard your darkest secrets, 

deep down in my chest

But I can’t compete with her in that dress

No I can’t compete with her in that dress

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MANAGEMENTRalph Jaccodine. rjaccodine@gmail.com (617.393.9800)

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EMAIL REBECCA: rebecca@rebeccaloebe.com