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candy


jelly beans orange was first one i ate
smarties aint got no orange ones
i like my orange candy
the juju's, the reaces peaces
i like my orange candy nice and sweet
i like slurpies orange and tangy
i like orange popsicles
they is my favorite
chocolate with some orange tastiness
is favorite chocolate
chocolate with some peanut butter
tastes so good
with some caramel, in those boxes
i look for you, with those turtles
like those rolos, caramilk
melt in my mouth
taste so good
i like my candy
i love my candy
my orange candy

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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