Old Ain't Dead

Old Ain’t Dead

 

By Elton Camp



Flossie was sitting on the porch with sister Belle 

Both were up in years, but actually doing well



Belle spent her day sitting around with a fan

Flossie said, “Phooey on this. I’ll get me a man.”



So Flossie fixed up and put her cane out of sight

Jumped in her Edsel and went out for the night



To enter the neighborhood bar she didn’t have a fear

She called, “Hey fellows, swingin’ Flossie is here.”



“I may not be young, but I know how to have fun

So whoever wants to buy me drink better run.”

 

All of the young bimbos’ faces turned bright red

Their men gathered around at what Flossie said



She said, “Who dates me must have a lot on the ball.

I may be old and wrinkled, but I’m not dead at all.”






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Synopsis
Flossie got tired of sitting on the porch.
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