The Modern-Day Debonair

Posted: April 18, 2013 in Uncategorized
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The Modern-Day Debonair

René Olivierre—The Modern-Day Debonair

I guess you could call me the modern-day debonair
Just because I have the swagger of a millionaire
Ladies and Gentlemen—my name is René Olivierre
I will continue to shoot down my critics like a legionnaire
I also have an ego the size of Chateaubelair
Simply because I am an extraordinaire
I live every second for the sexy ladies and their derrieres
Haters in my face want to chat bad air
Just because I’m slick, sophisticated and full of surprises
I’m full of electricity if you check my devices
I’m always keeping it fresh like mint choc ices
But on the whole—I’m always full of niceness
My aim is to shake you up as if you were dices
And to keep it real like a bloody crisis
I’m flashy like those lottery winner’s prizes
My love for good things comes in all shapes and sizes
I’m the black James Bond because I’m full of action
Isn’t it obvious why I’m such an attraction
They want to take me out like a tooth extraction
I am what you call the perfected satisfaction
People would play dumb and stupid just to get my reaction
I’m not the type to sit around like I’m in a world of abstraction
To the goofy-ass pricks who want to pollute me with bad air
Go to Hell you dickheads because I simply do NOT care
Don’t make me tear you to shreds like a grizzly brown bear
Or to have your arse dropped like someone’s bus fare
Please don’t ill-judge me because that is not fair
Because I know deep down that you really, really care
About this fresh-faced to the core debonair
With the illustrious locks that he loves to call hair
This man’s lyrics will leave a taste in your mouth like a pear
This is the man you will know as… Mr René Olivierre

Copyright © 2010 René Olivierre all rights reserved (Taken from the book “Artistry—The HeART of a Conscious Poet”) written by René Olivierre and published by The Olivierrean Experience (T.O.E.)


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