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Margo Reid

Rookie (february 22 / Island of Jamaica)

Cover Girl


She wears the newest make-up
And drives the latest car
She might have the biggest D-cup
She’s the newest television star

She’s thin
Not a speck of spot
And have the nicest skin
And everybody thinks she’s hot

She has the perfect lips
And the sexy big eyes
The nice curve hips
And everyone wonders why

She doesn’t have to exercise to stay that way
She can eat anything she wants and she doesn’t put on fat
She goes outside every day
And everyone she meets think she’s all that

Submitted: Monday, February 20, 2006

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