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The Boss



To be the boss,it would be so great.
Makes you feel,just like your on a date.
Always being picked up,from the prom,by a hunk named Tom.
Like a new shoe,that's barely been worn.
"Hey Anne, Lookout!
"Here comes the boss, Mr. Van Warren.
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Submitted by faenellaith@yahoo.com on February 05, 2020

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