SUMMER COVID

Summer Covid, happened so fast.
Summer Covid, won’t wear a mask.
Met a girl out at a bar.
Met a boy, kissed in his car.
Summer hoax, liberals are jokes,
’Til ah! Oh those summer frights.
Unwell-unwell-unwell-uh-AH!

Tell me more! Tell me more!
Did you reach second base?
Tell me more! Tell me more!
Did she breathe on your face

Got a fever, then got a chill.
Thought, “It’s nothin’; no way I’m ill.”
Got fatigue, then got a cough.
Thought, “I’m fine, just a bit off.”
Summer smile, total denial
’Til ah! Oh those summer frights.
Unwell-unwell-unwell-uh-AH!

Tell me more! Tell me more!
Did your head start to hurt?
Tell me more! Tell me more!
Did you puke on your shirt?

Couldn’t leave my faith in the lurch.
So on Sunday, went to my church.
Walked around; felt good to talk.
Got up close with pastor and flock.
Summer prayer – what’s in the air?
Oh yeah! Those summer frights.

via @TheTweetOfGod