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A Song

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wayoutwalt
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0 posted 12-21-1999 01:13 AM       View Profile for wayoutwalt   Email wayoutwalt   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for wayoutwalt


I love the taste of a song
I'm crying while it's playing
I forgot what it meant to me
To think its always been there
Waiting for me to return
It's caught in time: a song
where was i when i first heard it played
it was my favorite once
i think it will ever be
i love the taste of a song
it means i can still feel
to tie all the strings to a song
that binds to me all that ive lost
i cant remember you but for a song
it tastes salty sweet fading out

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1 posted 12-21-1999 03:46 AM       View Profile for Severn   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Severn

This is the truth of songs!

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