Treasure Island

Langston Guyden


Home Sweet Home


After a hard day at school the teachers driving me crazy there's nowhere I'd rather be than at my home sweet home. After a hard day at work my boss naggin me senseless there's nowhere I'd rather be than my home sweet home. And when I die as I float into heaven I just can't help but miss my home sweet home.

Submitted: Thursday, April 30, 2009

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