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Date Added: April 07, 2018 21:04:45 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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The Right Side of Hello The Wrong Side of Goodbye

The Right Side of Hello, The Wrong Side of Goodbye


you say it first,

then I’ll say it back

about that kiss

which lead to below the belt

you said I was on the

right side of hello

but, the wrong side of goodbye

yet, again I’m puzzled

by the fact you gave me

a kiss goodnight and

since then I’ve never heard

from or seen you ever again.

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