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girl you know you had me from day one,
from the first time you said
hey whats up? hows it going?
but then you slipped so slowly.
without a word you were gone,
and i was hoping for a postcard.
just a note, just a letter,
would have made me feel much better.
and then you came around

now i have you in my sights
and i dont want you to leave tonight
just lay down
take a breath and talk awhile
with me

so how is life
and how are you
you can still the sadness
because im here to save you
ill be your wings
and we can fly
far away somewhere to hide

[This message has been edited by Clockwork_Orange (12-15-2008 07:27 PM).]

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