While I am not, myself, blessed with the gene to sit down and write a poem or a song, my nephew-in-law and great friend, a shy man who wants to be known only as "MR" was able to write the song based on the parameters I gave him: The name, and set on Long Island in the state of New York.
What he came up with, he hopes that PK may one day make into a song. MR says it can either be 4/4 or 6/4 and has placed emphasis on the stressed syllables as they hit either 1,2,3,4 beats (4/4), or 1st and 4th beats (6/4).
He also says although he was unaware of it at the time, he may have been channeling a bit of Bruce Springsteen's "Spirits in the Night" (a song made a hit by Manfred Mann's Earth Band).
We were looking for that Goth/Bohemian scene.
Gail O’Grady in the back seat, drinking styrene,
She said, “Brooklyn is dead, boys, let’s head out to Queens”
Meryl G was pacing in glittered platform shoes.
She was singing a song she called “Angelmint Blues”
Gail shouted out the window, “Girl I love your Jimmy Choos!”
Then she slipped a pink tab under my tongue with her tongue
Gail said, “What kind of mom would give that name to her son?”
He said, “The kind who reads Lovecraft from the dusk until dawn.”
Cthulu’s arms became tentacles sliding out from his sleeves
That wrapped around Gail, then both slipped into the sea.
Meryl G was snoring loudly in the back of the car.
To this day I can’t say exactly what I had seen,
But that’s the last I saw of Gail and Cthulhu McQueen.