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​Taser Her Again

This song is by Heywood Banks.

You might hear bits of conversation
As you pass through public places
Some loud talker on a cellphone
Or a tiff at the next table

Most walk by and not remember
But one evening last December
I passed two women talking by
The front door of my hotel

I stopped and thanked them by the curb
The moment that I heard their words
And said it was the finest line of eavesdrop
I'd ever overheard

Their words stuck inside my head
So I wrote down the words they said
And with a hotel pen I wrote: Then
They had to Taser her again.

'Cause then they had to Taser her
The first time wasn't fazing her
Whatever she did, she did it twice
Who was this gal, why weren't she nice?

They zapped her once she improvised
A twitchy breakdance jazzercise
She didn't get the hint 'cause then
They had to Taser her again

These swirling words did not relent
Speculatin' 'bout this incident
And it's gonna drive me crazy
'Cause I'll never know the truth

Were there warrants unresolved?
How much alcohol was involved?
And did her stepson remember
To return to the trailer
The next day to feed her snake?

'Cause then they had to Taser her
The first time wasn't fazing her
Whatever she did, she did it twice
Who was this gal, why weren't she nice?

Her hair is spiked, she spilled her bong
They upped the volts, she soiled her thong
She didn't get the hint 'cause then
They had to Taser her again

No she didn't get the drift 'cause then
They had to Taser her again