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robert edwards

(january 2,1995 / cleveland, ohio)

Happy Birthday


Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday
It's already been a year
Happy Birth day, Happy Birth day
Your older than last yeAR
you may have matured
you may have not
well heres a new door that
you can open or not
each year is a new chapter
that continues your book
every year after
I hope you have a new outlook
on life, on school and all the above
on everything including me the one that you love
the special day that
we celebrate every year
the honorable day
that we celebrate that your here
with support&love&and everything that follows
there no way youll ever be fillied with hollow
Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday
It's already been a year
Happy Birth day, Happy Birthday
Your older than last yeAR

Submitted: Saturday, March 13, 2010

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