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A SUMMER CAMPAIGN, by            
First Line: I've travelled from the coast of maine
Last Line: Just sixteen sofa pillows.
Subject(s): Promiscuity; Sex

I'VE travelled from the coast of Maine
To Jersey's balmy shore,
Nor have my efforts been in vain,
For maids I've won galore.

In mountain climbs I spent my breath,
On lakes and rivers, too;
I flirted here with coy Beth,
And there with lovely Sue.

No tournament, no sail, nor hop,
Without me was complete;
Nor from love-making did I stop,
Till all were at my feet.

The summer's gone upon the run,
Maids utter sighs in billows;
I've broken sixteen hearts and won
Just sixteen sofa pillows.

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