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Camacy Melville

(8/13/90 / Brooklyn, NY)

Are You coming on my day?


I see how you look at him
With those pretty eyes
You watch like you are committing sin
And can’t wait to be taken in for your crime

You think you’ll get away
But, love comes at any given day
I know how you feel
But, you can’t keep your feelings concealed

Just tell him what it is
And let love find its way
You never know what could happen
Because, love comes at any given day

He watches you too
And I guess he just doesn’t know what to do
Both of you are frontin
And you both need to start hugging

You both need to stop
And get it together
And just do what your heart says
Because love comes at any given day…

Now, you two are married and have two kids
If it wasn’t for that one bus ride and that time in the Holiday Inn
I don’t know what would happened, only time would say
But thank God you picked love, when it came to you that day

Submitted: Tuesday, June 14, 2005

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