A Gentleman always prefers Brown

In a ribbed chocolate Y front with a deep purple piping
He splashed on his Hi Karate after-shave
He slipped on, his deep collared Van Heuson shirt
Cast his eye over the February center fold in Nave

Then a high wasted flair with thick Cummerbund
In a deep umber check, with a chestnut ‘over square’
Then a two-tone buff brogue with a high platform heel
Topped with a blow driedly pompadoured hair

With a car coat in fudge, double yellow side stripe
Ox-blood driving gloves and a Hamlet cigar
That he puffed as he drove in the hot vinyl seat
Of his Austin princess ‘champagne beige’ motor car

To plastic oak panel of his local restaurant
For: Brown Windsor soup and a Beuf bourguignon
A Matteus red, and Black forest Gateaux
Then a Remy Martin before Nescafe strong

Then back on the road to his bachelor pad
For Dubonney red in (shorty) his kimono gown
On the russet bronze rug with the deepest of shag
Where he listened Boney M in stereo sound

And admired
The synthetic wood finish
Of his stereo music center

Then bounced
On his circular water bed
Practicing martial arts moves

And groomed
His almost werewolf like
Facial and body hair

Before sauntering
To his mocha bathroom suit with
His copy of the joy of sex

In the full
And unequivocal knowledge
That be it:

Camel, Taupe, Ox blood, umber, caramel, tobacco, chocolate, buff, brindle, beige or mahogany.

A Gentleman always prefers brown.