by Stephen W. Pollard
Sunday, February 03, 2008
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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"Caitlyn is a song poem lyric that I had made into a demo.
The demo was produced by Paramount Song in Nashville, Tn and is available to anyone who would like to include it in an upcoming package of new song material on their upcoming CD.
You can contact Paramount Song at :
When I wrote "Caitlyn", I purposely wrote it for the intention of it to be a future classic song.
"Caitlyn" is the story of a women who is terribly mean to one speicific woman and did everything to make her life miserable.
Surely, I really thought that by now, some, would have recorded this one and turned into a classic hit.
One never knows, do one.
(Verse 1) Caitlyn you have stolen a man of mine again Just why do you steal all of my men away from me Every man you have stolen time and time again you have gone and just destroyed all of them totally (Verse 2) First you stole Gary Vance away from me He was just a sweetheart and a man of decency You just sweetly talked him away from me He fell ill and died, after you took all his money (Chorus) (Verse 3) Then Clark Owens was your next stolen deed You practically stole the man out of my bed You talked him into your criminal deeds He was convicted and jailed, they found him dead (Verse 4) Lastly you stole Johnny Smith from me He left me for you on our wedding day Somehow you turned the man against me He died of a stroke on your wedding day (Chorus) Caitlyn just what makes you do it again and again Why do you keep on stealing all the men in my life Caitlyn what is it you think you are going to gain You're the reason i have a miserable love life