Just Chillin

Poem By Dan McGonagle

Sat here in my favourite chair
A cold drink in my hand
Chillin out as best I can
Listenin to my favourite band

I've always liked the Eagles
Since I heard them play back when
Love the rhythmic tunes they play
Gonna listen once again

The songs they sang resonating
Echoing through my brain
Erasing all my tension
Soothing all my pain

Bringing pleasure to my ears
Hotel California...then comes Lyin eyes
One of these nights is what came next
For me that was a surprise

I'm sat here in my favourite chair
A cold drink in my hand
Chillin out as best I can
Singing with my favourite band

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