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Drack Valentine


Dating The Damned


There is a man out there so full with doubt
That he can't even commit, less he begins to freakout

He'll love you and hold you all night if he can
But before sunlight's up he's gone and ran

Where to you think in ponder and thought?
You call and ring but it's all for naught

He won't return your calls this you now know
He's too drunk right now, drowning in sorrow

You can leave a message if you truly desire
It won't matter though his hearts behind barbwire

So go on with your life
Forget about this drunkard
Because as it turns out
He's just a self-loathing bastard

Submitted: Sunday, October 16, 2011
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