The freaks come out at night.
I know that’s what they say.
But you’ll surely be affright
When you see creepers during the day.
Sure, you’ve heard of creepers
Lurking here and there,
But the pile of them is deeper
Than you were e’er aware.
The thing is, you don’t know it,
Until you gain the knowledge.
It happens when you find the pit
Of creepers at a place called college.
They come in every shape and size;
They’re found in every place.
It forces you to scrutinize
The entire human race!
I wish that I could tell
Who’s creepy and who’s not.
Around their necks should be a bell--
Now there’s some food for thought!
The guy who asks you if you’re single
Before he asks your name
Is not the one with which to mingle,
But one who should be put to shame.
The man who calls you “honey-bun”
And looks so young and sweet
Could really be age fifty-one.
So ask, and then, if so, retreat!
College creepers have no manners
Which you’ll very quickly find.
So you’ve got to be a decent planner
So you don’t get in a bind.