He grew up so afraid of cats
He didn’t care that they killed rats.
While others played with cats for fun,
When one appeared, he had to run.
When he grew older, searched for love,
He had the scare I’ll tell you of.
Cat Woman saw him in the night
And gave him such an awful fright
He was not capable—yes, not—
Of seeing she was feline hot.
And so she left him, sad to say,
So Love, again, had stayed away.