So Roses

O’ come and play dear Golden girl;
Elixir as sweet as a mixture of honey
And fix me a treat that keeps you so sunny,
To trick mine eyes too to shine as a pearl.
A sip and my trip is straight into the whirl,
And smooth it is so for you are so runny.
When with you I see the unimportance of munny,
Else my world is a hush, as a thrush or a merl.

So roses, I give to you in a hurl,
My stomach is full of the fluff of a bunny,
O’ come and play dear Golden girl.

Do not shy away; my mind is a’ swirl,
My moments are captured in drip, drips of honey.
So roses, I give to you in a hurl.

Whirling in whorls I dream of a world
Where you can stay and keep company.
O’ come and play dear Golden girl.

Half-empty my glass, skies that aren’t sunny,
Spinning, no balance, and yarns that aren’t funny.
So roses, I give to you in a hurl,
O’ Come and play, dear Golden Girl.