I’d a cigarette; you’d the light. We didn’t have to fight. You only had to ignite And I’d share it right. We could’ve had a smoke Later, maybe a coke Shared many a joke And in laughter we’d choke. You said, “Let’s do it. Quick! More than you, I need the kick.” So, I pulled out the tobacco stick And, said, “Light it, chick.” You made the sound I wanted to hear. I said, "Honey, so glad you're here." For a spark, I came near. And you set my world on fire!