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Virginie, the Princess of Swing
by Cary W. Tucker

Virginie, the Princess of Swing
Would dance like she was on strings!
She spun like a top
To the Lindy Hop
And leaped as if shot from a sling!

And Virginie, the Princess of Swing
Jammed with the Prince in a ring!
And all at the ball
Were awed and enthralled
As the band played, "Sing, sing, sing!"

But Virginie, the Princess of Swing,
Turned down the Prince's diamond ring!
"I am not the sort
To sit and hold court
While servants bring me everything!"

Then Virginie, the Princess of Swing,
sked to dance with the Prince yet again!
So the Prince lost his frown, 
And tossed off his crown,
And they danced happily in the ring.

Poem ID: 38642   Poem Posted: 7/11/2000
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Copyright , 1999, Cary W. Tucker  all rights reserved by the author.
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