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The rumble,
the thunder
the way
that it shudders
between your thighs
turn the key, press start
drop the clutch
baby girl, let's cruise
let's ride

can you feel it?

the oneness between
you, me and "he"
at one with the road
living, loving by our
own primal, hedonist code

the only thing better
than the feeling
of the wind blowing
through your hair

is the feel
of my tangled fingers
twisted up inside your locks
the electricity,
you and me
grinding gears,
friction making sparks

aye mandingo, heavy weather

tossin' and turnin'
in between the sheets

top down
windows open
tickling those
intimate places
toes pointed to the sky
the heavens casting shadows
upon the smooth curves of “moon feet”

a warm breeze blowing
all in between,
all up in there

long strokin
big bore, chokin'
throttle up
tires smokin'

fuel injected passion

that distinctive sound,
valves lightly tapping
fuel burning
balls ass slappin.........

…..feeling you
cum all over me
oooo weeee

(Overdrive, caught up in the x-stacy)

that rolling thunder
how it shudders
and rocks you
deep between
your sexy ass thighs

C'mon Queen, let's ride

Written by MusicallyMrM (Mr_Mahogany_Wood)
Author's Note
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