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Fireworks

Ay M 

Your hands in all the right places
I don't really know how we got here
On the rooftop of a parking ramp
We started looking down at the city
Looking at all of the lights
Then fireworks unexpectedly
We watch until we get cold
We end up in the backseat of the car
Then there's fireworks not only outside
I'm feeling fireworks from how perfect you are
I'm having so much fun
I'm glad we decided to skip dinner
And we've both waited so long
You're touching me
I'm touching you
You're lips on mine
My hands in your hair
Your hands in my shirt
Shivers going down my spine
Whispers in my ear
You know exactly what to do
Phones going off
We're ignoring
Tonight it's just you and me
You're the only thing on my mind
I want nothing else
I want no one else
Please me, I please you
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Submitted on January 13, 2015

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