I know you want to see me naked.
And I don’t blame you — I want to see you naked too.
I want to unbutton your shirt of insensitivity,
Trace the emotions you try to bury.
I want to unbuckle your pants of hopes and dreams
find the man you’ll grow to be,
Gently, pull down your boxers of fear and guard
- make friends with child who wants to play,
I want to see you naked — on the inside, for all that you are,
so it won’t matter what you look like when your looks fade away.