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Ugly

Hey Honey...How's tricks
Am I the kind of girl a guy like you picks?
Ohoh but could it be the same
Would you remember my name
If I were an ugly girl
Ugly__Ugly
If I were an ugly girl
I see you jump to get the door
Like so many men before
And when you hold my chair
You run your fingers through my hair
I can't help but think
Would you buy me a drink
If I were an ugly girl
Ugly__Ugly
If I were an ugly girl
Could it be the same
Would you remember my name
If I were an ugly girl
When I start to leave my seat
You help me to my feet
And when you hold my coat for me
Suddenly I see how it could be
I just have to take a stand
Would you hold my hand
If I were an ugly girl
Ugly__Ugly
If I were an ugly girl
Could it be the same
Would you remember my name
Tell me for real
How would you feel
If I were an ugly girl
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Submitted on June 11, 2012

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Writing is not something I do--it's something I am. I have been a wordsmith since before I could write. I have now written 2 novels, 6 children's books, several short stories, and boxes full of poetry. I am now disabled but I still have a day job. I have 7 sisters, a dog and 2 cats (one has only 3 legs), A daughter, numerous "God-daughters", A son, and a few "God-sons". I am Extremely Biblical though I don't really follow organized religion. God is my life and I have truly been blessed-For God By God...Peace Out__Gypsy Row more…

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