Won’t you please take off your sweater?

"What? My mother knitted this sweater."

When I got home from work yesterday, my wife was doing the usual Wednesday housework while my mother had our daughter out to dinner. She usually puts the TV on one of those music on-demand channels while she does the cleaning or whatever, and yesterday she had it on the 90’s channel. For the brief time it was on while I was there, I heard some songs I haven’t heard in forever. Like Dreamlover by Mariah Carey and Walk on the Ocean by Toad the Wet Sprocket (which reminded me of how much Matt liked them back in high school). Then I Love You Always Forever by Donna Lewis came on. I had forgotten all about that song, and it made me remember the alternate lyrics I used to sing for it. In reality, she sings, “I love you, always forever, near and far, closer together”, but I used to like to sing, “I love you, always forever, won’t you please, take off your sweater”. Because the removal of clothes usually leads to relations. Relations of the intimate type. Giggedy giggedy.