Kiss the Frogman
I have been from here to there,
And I'm hopping mad. There was
No golden ball, no princess, there was
Nothing at all. I waited by the water,
Staring, a little stupidly into the well
At the reflection that damned me to hell,
My mouth as wide as my eyes and
My watch, unstoppable. Come now,
Run into my rubbery arms,
Lean against my withered skin.
There ain't no one like me, part frog,
Part man, and my heart's as big as a whale's.
Say you'll have me, in all my green glory
For I have waited hundreds of years
For this, I've put up ads in fairytales
And even searched at bars.
But the brothers they are dead now,
And I'm fading too. So if you're going to kiss me,
I suggest you do it soon.