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Emily,
Did he miss me?
Emily!
Emily,
Did he miss me?
Emily!

What was he wearing?
What did he drink?
Did he loose my key?
What did he smell like?
What made him laugh?
Did he cry for me?

Emily,
Did he miss me?
Emily!
Emily,
Did he miss me?
Emily!

I'll pay your phone bill,
I'll wash your car,
If you tell me everything.
I'll do your shopping,
I'll walk your dogs.
Just tell me that he did.

Emily,
Did he miss me?
Emily!
Emily,
Did he ask you?
Emily!

I guess you know where this is going..
You better tell me now to stop.
...Did he kiss you?

We have to talk.
I'm sorry, I'm really sorry but
We have to call it a quit.
-I know.
Huh?
W-what do you mean 'y-you know'?
I was... j.. eh..
Oh!
Okay. Fine.
Okay, fine. Goodbye!

Emily,
Did he kiss you?
Emily!
Did he miss me?
Emily!
Did he kiss you?
Emily!
Did he miss me?
Emily!
Did he kiss you?
Emily!
Did he kiss you?
'Cause if he did now
Here's the end.



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