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Hope We'll Always Call Us By Our Names

A love fantasy for women who have little in common except being true sweethearts to me.
(Verse 1; notes follow later in the song)

Well I was drunk
The day my mom
Got out of prison …

And I went
To pick her up
In the rain ...

But before I could
Get to the station in a
truck …

She got runned over by a
damned old train!

(Chorus 1)

Now that makes as much sense
As most of the things
I really say …

‘Cause it’s tough
When depression
Clouds your brain …

But as long as we call each other
Darlin’ … Darlin’ …

I’ll feel you
in my heart
time and again!

(Verse 2)

Now your pictures
Show a woman
Of classic beauty …

And your voice
Must be gorgeous
To hear …

And your stories show
You could be a tigress
In bed …

But they also
Show your greatest fear ...

(Chorus 2)

That I’ll hang around
Beyond the limits you’ll allow me …

And I’ll try to
Play you in a sex game …
You will have to stop calling me
Darlin …

And then I’ll have only
Myself to blame.

(Verse 3)

I have tried
A few times …

In the belief
That sweet and smart
Is truly hot …

I do like
To talk about
With great skill ...

Hoping that her fingers
Will find her spot …

(Verse 4)

I don’t have
A lot
That other men
don’t have …

A big club
in my pants
Is not my style …

And in kissing, hugging,
Oyster licking and
Pearl diving …

My experience is fairly
Rank and file …

(Verse 5)

I don’t look
Like old money
Or even new …

Glamour Shots
would simply
Throw up their hands …

And even though
I can give you love and
Tenderness like
those men before …

I can’t heal the spots
Where you wore your
Wedding bands …


But I’ll hang around
As long as you will let me …

‘Cause you never worry
About a man’s fortune or fame …

You don’t have
To call me darlin’ …
Darlin …

As long as we can still
Call us by our names.

(Verse 6)

You, unlike me, don’t blush
At sexual references …

And I suspect
That you,
If you so chose …

Would ride, suck, fuck
And let me lick you,

‘Til I went off
Like a fire hose …

(Verse 7)

But basically
I am shy
And like it intimate …

Two close friends
Lying in
Each other’s
Arms …

And I’d rather have
A friend
With just the benefits
Of caring …

Since those are the best
Of your womanly
Charms …


And I’ll hang around
As long as you will let me …

And I’ll always
The day you came
(Into my life)

You don’t have
To call me darlin’ …
Darlin …

So long as you will

Call me by my name …

(Spoken interlude)

Well a friend of David Allan Coe’s named Steve Goodman wrote that song …

And Goodman told Coe he thought he had written

The perfect

Country and western song …

Coe called Goodman back and told him

It was NOT
the perfect country and western song …

Because it said nothing about

Mama …

Or prison …

Or pickup trucks …

Or railroad trains …

Or getting drunk.

So Steve Goodman went back and wrote the verse that leads off this poem …

And Coe said now that was the perfect country and western song …

And maybe Coe was right

Because that extra verse became the one everybody was listening for …

And Coe rode it to the top of the charts.

But in a love poem that verse just doesn’t quite fit what I had in mind …

So I wrote my own parody on that verse …

And it sounded like it would work as the conclusion to a love poem …

So I present it to you here.

(Verse 8)

Sometime I’ll get drunk

But not so drunk

I’d go to prison …

And I’ll fly

To your home city

In the rain …

And while

I am at the rental car agency

Getting a pickup

Truck …

You’ll run home to Mama

On an Amtrak Train!

(Final chorus)

And I’ll hang around
As long as you will let me …
Hoping to find someone like you
In the main (stream that is),


And as we find beauty in calling

“I love you” as we are falling …

In love we will be united

Truly in name …



*Based on the song “You Never Even Called Me By My Name” by Steve Goodman and David Allen Coe

A love fantasy for women who have little in common except being true sweethearts to me.

For Hotstuff, Kimber and Tracey Ames. And to other women who have that in common to me.

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Posted 27 Sep 2012 14:54
A wonderful poem of human feelings and emotions. It is really written from the heart.

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