sherif monem

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Girls at the Beach


It is summer time
It is fun time

Oh' I like to go to the Beach
Oh' watching the girls strolling by

Laying on the glazing golden sand
Running to the shore

Splashing water at their feet
At the scene of crashing waves

Oh' I like the summer time
When girls wear their beautiful bikinis

Having fun, fun, fun
Playing racket and volley ball

Oh' these precious times at the beach
I enjoy and wish they last for ever

Submitted: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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