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Date Added: September 24, 2009 01:09:28 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Category: Depression Add To Favorites | Text Only
Do I have to come out and play today
Or any other day
My knees can't keep up with the games you play
So dilerious with pain and laughter
Emphasised with the state of mind
You capture my mind in
What would we do
What would be say
If I answered
And came out to play
My limbs heavy
Hand's dragging themselves in the concrete
Where we would play hopscotch
In my five year old fantisies
What would happen
What would I need to do
To confuse you
And not have to come outside today
To play
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