Molly Lewis – An Open Letter To Stephen Fry

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Molly Lewis – An Open Letter To Stephen Fry

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[Molly Lewis – An Open Letter To Stephen Fry]

Your heart is promised to a man
So I have no hope to win it
But consider my proposal, Sir, if you can find a minute
I think that the future of our species will be better with you in it
I know you have your problems
And maybe I have mine
But you should leave someone to carry on
When you have turned to dust
Plant your genome in an infant, Sir
I think it’s only just
And you would need someone to bear this child
A woman you can trust
I’ll put my body on the line

Oh, Stephen Fry I see no reason why
You wouldn’t want someday maybe
Let me have your baby
You would be amazed what science does these days
So think it over and send along your seed.

I am ideal for this position which I hope you will no doubt
I’ve got those child bearing hips you always hear so much about
I have permission from my boyfriend and he’d like to help you out
I know it isn’t much but it’s what I have to give and I don’t drink and I don’t smoke
And I eat all my leafy greens
I’ll try to go to bed much earlier
I’ll get all my vaccines
And I’ll put headphones on my belly
And I’ll cut back on caffeine
I’ll hang an iPad in the crib
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Oh, Stephen Fry I see no reason why
You wouldn’t want someday maybe
Let me have your baby
And I’m in my prime
So you’ve got loads of time
So when you’re ready
Send along your seed

You deserve to reproduce
I was built to procreate
I hope my womb can be of use
So think it over
I can wait

And one day if you’re sure of it
Then I can be your surrogate
Please

Oh, Stephen Fry I hope you’ll tell me why
You wouldn’t want someday maybe
Let me have your baby
I adore you dear
I come before you here
To be the only woman you will ever need
And my fertility is nearly guaranteed
Cause I have all the tools that you require to breed~~~

So send along your seed

You would be amazed what science does these days
So think it over and send along your seed.

Would be amazed what science does these days
So think it over and send along your seed.

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April 30, 2011

wahert @ 10:56 am #

It starts “I know your heart is promised to a man”

That’s the point of the song: Stephen Fry is a famous British intellectual who is gay.

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October 5, 2011

leigh @ 3:25 pm #

I was under the impression that it was “get all my vaccines” not “Get on my back seats”

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January 7, 2012

Anonymous @ 5:43 am #

Also:

I think that our species will be better with you in it -> I think THE FUTURE OF our species

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January 14, 2012

. @ 6:48 am #

Let me have you baby -> TO let me have youR baby (in all of the chorus parts)

I got those child bearing hips -> I’VE got those

Get all my vaccines -> I’LL get all my vaccines

And when day if you’re sure of it -> and ONE day if you’re sure of it
Than I can be your surrogate -> THEN I can be your surrogate

To be the only woman you will only need -> To be the only woman you will EVER need

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