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You miss me now and I know that's true cause you burned me out with sulfur through and through well my hands they're tied but if you tried a little harder, a little harder. My stars they left what could I do? I loved them then but I don't miss you I guess we all just grow up sometimes but in your case it takes a little longer. I don't mean to brag but my new girl's getting hotter everyday I don't mean to nag but I just don't enjoy your company, and girl I’ll, I’ll admit that I slept for daylight savings then, but don't call me tonight. and she said, you are not quite the boy I need a girl like me needs muscle and prestige, and with each passing day I feel I need someone so much stronger well girl I know that we have lost and I know your hearts been swollen from the frost and I'll say no to your request to thaw it out cause without out you I’m so much stronger. I don't mean to brag but my new girl's getting hotter everyday I don't mean to nag but I just don't enjoy your company and girl I’ll, I’ll admit that I slept for daylight savings then, but don't call me tonight. Well he's hot, he's smart, he's cool, and he’s all I really need. She said he's hot, he's smart, he's cool, he's not he's not you. And now she's falling back to me.



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