Aaron trying to sing



the people that i adore from the very start you open the door to my heart.
beggining be thinking of this walking by and blowing that kiss. As it fly's through the the air we'll get it together. a part of me says your coming to the party shaking that body. you had it right all night baby what i see in sight you in my room tonight. woke up in the morning why you have to take that flight. you took my heart the very best part why all of a sudden are we apart, there's a positive peace we find in each others mind the love that binds why you fly away my dove.
the people that i adore from the very start you open the door to my heart.
next be thinking of this walking by and blowing that kiss. you gotta rock me shaking that body so your looking kinda naughty the others are not me. respectfully there's nothing you taught me. your personality has already bought me. nothing deceased in me increasingly and you fought for me everybody could see your my one and only. must have been trust and all within that glory there is no end to that story do you feel me. the very deal was sealed as the lips from this kiss appeared.

















there was no fear for there was the cheer of my heart this decided from the start we were never meant to be apart

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made it for madonna sorry not complete

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Written on August 06, 2022

Submitted by HUMANPOET on August 06, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

1:21 min read
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Quick analysis:

Scheme AxAx a
Characters 1,252
Words 267
Stanzas 2
Stanza Lengths 4, 1

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