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Author Name: FreeDream Hearted Poet 0 Comments
Date Added: July 15, 2008 12:07:32 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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I use to
I use to love the girl of my dreams   I use to make you smile when no one else could   I use to br your one and only   I use to love you like an never ending story   I use to win your heart all the time   I use to give you the key to my heart   and you broke it
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