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Cassandra

oh my magnificent cassandra
i didn't cheat on you with alexandra
please believe me, i'm telling you the truth
i wanna spend the rest of my life with you

i'll buy you yellow diamonds to match the sun
go down to the beach and in the sea we'll have some fun
we'll go swimming in the sea cause the summer breeze is just so sensational
i know you're afraid of heights but lets go on a rollercoaster ride, don't be afraid at all

i'll win you plenty of prizes at the carnival
thank god you're not mad at me anymore
walk to the boardwalk bar, have a drink and dance
then we'll enjoy a candlelight dinner as we romance

the night is still young, so should we shoot for the moon?
we can do anything that you want to do
we can go to times square and see a broadway show
or we can go to the museums, galleries, or we could just go home
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Submitted on January 01, 2016

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