MY TOOLIE-BUSH HAT
By: Wayne Brown
I met a pretty little girl folding clothes at the Laundromat
She said that she’d do just about anything to wear my hat
I said you sure can wear it when to your house we do get
She said if I wear it I might even let you slap me on the tush
But I just had my mind on some footsie in the toolie bush
The salesgirl at the department store was one hot little trick
She smiled when she saw my hat, told me she liked it quick
I smiled back and asked ‘is your car an automatic or a stick?’
She said well let’s go look and give that clutch a little push
But I had my mind totally on some footsie in the toolie bush
The girl down at the photo-mat had curly locks and big cow eyes
She said right off she like my hat; wanted to try it on for size
I suggested we head to her place to see if I could get a rise
She said that I am off in an hour or sooner if you are in a mush
Yes, let’s hurry as I thought of was playing footsie in the toolie bush
A little green-eyed honey was selling tickets to the picture show
She said she just wanted to touch my hat and would not accept ‘no’
I winked and said ‘stop talking and then off to your place we go’
Said she was not at all bothered and that I could never make her shush
But all I could think of as she talked was playing footsie in the toolie bush
That hot little long-legged number was tending bar at the Captain’s Scow
She said she liked my old hat, thought it was just the yellow cat’s meow
I gave her a tip of the brim and said ‘why not go to your place right now?’
She quickly locked the liquor cabinet and we both left in a hurried hush
All the way there I was thinking of playing footsie in the toolie bush
The Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader was certainly one half-naked sweet philly
Said she liked my hat, wanted to know if she could wear at the game, really!
I said it might happen but we needed to head over to her place first silly
We’ll have some wine and on my couch you hinny can comfortably cush
But all the time I was just dreamin’ bout playing footsie in the toolie bush
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