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Tagalicious



Stop taking your tag off
Wearing hats and caps
Taking your tag off
Getting ready to snap
Got to release your mind
You got plenty of time
To not remove your tag
Knowing you got swag
Tag gave you a stylish portfolio
You got upset and remove your tag
Got to get another hat and cap
You cannot get your tag back on
From your previous other hat and cap
Remember that your tag
Give and gave you swag


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