This Poem was Submitted By: Mark D. Kilburn On Date: 2001-07-10 13:47:06 . . . Click Here To Mail this Poem to a Friend!

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Phone Loans

       Can we lend you some dough?        Your in debt and we know,        consolidate those credit cards today.        Refinance your house,        buy your wife a brand new blouse,        ask us, and we'll tell you that we're okay.        When you find yourself in debt        if control is hard to get.        When the repo-man is knocking at the door,        only one thing to do        get a mortgage or two,        if your behind it's best to borrow more.        Can we be your best freind?        How far does your back bend?        We're only here to make your life a joy.        We will ease all of your pain,        again, what was your name?        Now go and buy your kids a brand new toy.        Thirty years flies right by,        we have never told a lie;        your interest rate is higher than our quote.        It's still the deal for you,        please let us turn the screw,        you'll need a truck to pull that brand new boat.        Did we call at dinner time?        We're sure you won't mind.        Could you repeat your mothers maiden name?        You'll be rich when we're through,        it's the truth we're telling you,        this is the only way to win the game.        Well I hung up the phone,        please leave me alone,        you don't give water to a drowning man.        They talk too fast for me,        they'd sell honey to a bee.        Out of the fire, into the frying pan.        

Copyright © July 2001 Mark D. Kilburn

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