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Adult Poems & Lyrics

 

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A Boy Named Sue -- Made famous by Johnny Cash, 1969
All About You -- "Freakin' at the Freakers Ball", 1972
A Couple More Years -- by Shel Silverstein & Dennis Locorriere.  From Dr. Hook's "A Little Bit More", 1976. (Said to be one of Shels' favorite songs.)
Cover of the Rolling Stone -- Dr. Hook's "Sloppy Seconds", 1972
Devil and Billy Markham, The -- Playboy, January 1979
Father of a Boy Named Sue, The -- "Shel Silverstein Songs and Stories", 1978
Hamlet as Told on the Street -- Playboy, January 1998
1973 and Dr. Hook's "Sloppy Seconds", 1972
Liberated Lady 1999 -- "Freakin' at the Freakers Ball", 1972 camera.gif (147 bytes)
Little Green Buttons -- by Silverstein & Fred Koller

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Makin It Natural -- "Doctor Hook", 1972
Never Bite a Married Woman on the Thigh, The -- Playboy, December, 1966
Numbers -- Bobby Bare's "Down and Dirty", 1980
The Perfect High -- Playboy, July, 1979 camera.gif (147 bytes)
The Perfect Wave -- Playboy, January, 1973 camera.gif (147 bytes)
Rosalie's Good Eats Café -- Playboy epic poem version, December, 1981 camera.gif (147 bytes)
Sahra Cynthia Sylvia Stout -- "Freakin' at the Freakers Ball", 1972
Show It At the Beach -- "Shel Silverstein Songs and Stories", January 1978

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The Great Smoke Off -- "Shel Silverstein Songs and Stories", January 1978 camera.gif (147 bytes)
Somebody Ate the Baby -- "Shel Silverstein Songs and Stories", 1978
Stayin' Song -- Dr. Hook's "Sloppy Seconds", 1972>
The Man Who Turned the Damn Thing Off and On -- Bob Gibson, "Making a Mess of Commercial Success", 1995
Things I Didn't Say, The -- Dr. Hook's "Sloppy Seconds", 1972
Bottle, Singin' from the Heart", 1983.
Ugliest Man in Town -- "I'm So Good That I Don't Have to Brag", 1965
The Unicorn -- "Inside Folk Songs", 1962
Vanilla -- Recorded by Cybill Shepherd
Vegematic -- by Silverstein, Steve Goodman & Mike Smith
Who Been Scorin'? -- Playboy, December 1965 camera.gif (147 bytes)
The Winner -- "Bobby Bare Sings Lullabys, Legends & Lies", 1973 & Playboy, Dec.79
Co-written by Robb Goldstein.
Yellow-Haired Woman -- Playboy, December 1965 camera.gif (147 bytes)
Your Credit Card Won't Get You Into Heaven -- From Bobby Bare's "Drunk & Crazy", 1980.
You're Always Welcome at Our House -- "Inside Folk Songs", 1962 

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