Another diffarent day
We played music,
Our voices where music.
My hands on her;
Close enough to smell her.
My head above her shoulder,
Her head on my shoulder.
Snap snap, and turn around;
So that I may snap snap the other round:
Not being late-
Made the enemy not to hate.
From a distance they watch,
With nothing to do but to watch
Boys behind her saw a
Guy. Girls in front of her saw a
Lady. Both of them are glad,
Truly, they where made.
She made me feel something.
By her touch she explained onething.
The one that is felt by many,
Even though It confuse many.
Her eyes where shining like star at night,
My chest was warn as the pillow at night.
Friands not near by than,
Enemies close by than
With pride, we did our thing,
By hate, they wanted our thing.
With love, we gave them the space,
With hate, they left our space.
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