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All You Can Eat Just Three Sixty-nine
by Felix LeRoy Perry
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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A song for all the truck stop cuties...

This old semi sure could use a tune up

Front ends pulling like a bitch

But I’m not living what you might call

The lifestyle of the rich


Faded jeans and old scuffed boots

Like an old cowpoke I’m saddle sore

I pull into an old familiar truck stop

And as I’m heading for its door


I see a flashing neon sign outside

Think a cup of Joe sure would be fine

I also see that the sign reads

All you can eat just

…three sixty-nine



In faded jeans and old scuffed boots

Like an old cowpoke I’m saddle sore

A 24 hour angel takes my order

As soon as I walk in through the door


Just her and me and that old jukebox

her waitress apron over a mini skirt

She looked so good I think I drooled

Down the front of my old denim shirt


She passes me a menu

Like it’s a book at story time

Said “Remember cutie its all you can eat

…for three sixty-nine


Ordered two eggs up, some bacon

I peeked at her and gave a longing sigh

She just smiled and sat down beside me

And laid a hand upon my thigh


She locked the door turned off the sign

Took my hand and led me out back

We made out to some old country song

About dogs, and beer and old train track


“Honey” she said in a whisper

“I surely love the number sixty nine

 So if you want you can have all you want

…for just three sixty nine


Was it the morning sun that woke me

Or the smell of her bacon and coffee so fine

I don’t know but she just smiled and said

Mister you can have all you can eat just

…three sixty- nine






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Reviewed by Karen Cino
I agree withn Shee and Tinka on this one. THis will make an awesome song. I really enjoyed this one.

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Wow...great song...three times sixty nine will do for some!!

love Tinka
Reviewed by Miss Pandora
Conjures up a wonderful and cheeky picture - lovely stuff Fee. Panda x
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G
Wonderful touch Sweet Fee, and I want to hear this song play!
Love your imagination here! This is a winner!
Warmed In Inner Peace, LOVE, Light and Wisdom! Warrior Purple Lady Sheeeoox

STay Positive!
Stay SAFE!
Reviewed by Selena Dobbin-Gillis
Great write dear cuz. I love truck stops they seem to have the best food in town and usually the most affordable for the dollar, but I have never encountered one as naughty as this one,LOL.

Love you cuz
Reviewed by Jennave Coz
I love this and truck stops...I'll be looking for that sign...Soon enough.Jen(hopefully there is at least one waiter...LOL)
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Oh this is such a sweet and naughty little slice of life! Well penned Felix.
Reviewed by Nicky Goodman
Lol...singing for your supper - fun write Fee :o) Nicky x
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Wonderful piece o' work, Fee; superb! BRAVO!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D

This would make one jim dandy of a classic country tune! :)
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot
It's not just the truckers that get lonely....HAHA, oh yeah, life on the road is tryin, and serving those who travel the hwy's is a job in its own.
Reviewed by RaeLynn Teller
I haven't been smiling much but I haven't stopped this morning. What a great way to start my day. You do need to get music for this. Loved it.
Reviewed by Rosemarie Skaine
Very good. R
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader)
I think you fell asleep reading the menu write and it could just be a cool song leaving the question unanswered, was it the morning sun that woke me... Lady J
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
HeeeeeeeeeeeeHaaaaaaaaw!!!cowboy, you went for a cup of java and all you could eat for three-sixty-nine, I hope the old country song was a long one....a long one...sixty-nine.........times...
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
Some fellers are just plain lucky. Lovely poem. Victor
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
LOL! Wow! This little ditty woke me up! You are sooo good! I enjoyed!
(I'm still laughing)
Reviewed by Kate Burnside
I just think I found me my new Felix Favourite!!!! :)))) This is BRILLIANT, and deserving of a tune to go with it... I hope you're working on it! Flows like melting butter and is as real and cool as full-fat cream. And the energy is amazing. All the figures sure got me beat... was it three times sixty nine???!! LOL Kate xx
Reviewed by Ann Scarborough
You have to put it to music Fee and let Travis Tritt do the singing. You'll have a hit and so will he. "All you can eat just . . . three sixty-nine." I adore the way you didn't put in a dollar sign. Yummy. This way it's all up to the reader, can be either naughty or nice depends on the reader, me, I'm with SC on the naughty side.
Love it love it love it.
Reviewed by Monette Bebow-Reinhard (Reader)
That was simply adorable, Felix! I hope you're making your contacts in Nashville!
Reviewed by Cedric III
haha i almost think you should put this to music.
it seems to be demanding it actually...
i couldnt imagine being a truckie... long hours away from those you love...

interesting spin on the 'all you can eat for three sixty nine'...
Reviewed by Barbara Mercer
Definitely a song of the road, enjoyed reading it Felix, waves of love }}} Barbara
Reviewed by Southern Comfort
OOOOOO Sweetpea! This was a pure delight! I loved it from beginning to super duper end! HUGS! SC
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
sure does read like a song-love the story
Reviewed by K. Mulroney
Well now. . .I will never look at another all you can eat sign in the same way again! Geeze, thanks Fee. Lol! This was very entertaining to say the least.
Reviewed by George Carroll
Many a long hauler got one of these while at a truck stop. Good one Fee
Reviewed by Lydia Shutter (Reader)
Deliciously naughty and bawdy. Written in truckdrivereze and I could almost hear it set to some country tune. Wonderful job here, Fee! Lydi**
Reviewed by Rose Rideout
Ok Cuz, you continue to outdo yourself, This is GREAT nad I am sure all truck drivers will appreciate it when they hear their favorite tune on the radio. Thank you for sharing, Love ya Cuz XOXO, Rose
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