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Last Song I Sung

Someone else is there for taken reserve for the morning of March on the patio where we meet talk about life capacity of what they did and how they knew you would ever exist within you , some one else is there for taken would ever exist within you I am just a songwriter writing about how people pay there dues, and where they all gone yesterday they made flight over to you , I am just hopeless romantic that candles just blew up within the air,
so tell me where they have gone, last song I sung

Just another day that gave me another bruise from the road where you left me just hold silence, silence is golden so tell me where they have gone last song I sung,

box of rhymes and songs headed up the road so lonely and reddened from the sun and the fun just begun, someone else is there for taken I was just slated on Valentines Day your hearts are there for taken what else could say and sing or tell just see you rot in your prison jail cell.
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Submitted on March 07, 2021

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