kamala kanta sahoo


I Don't Know


What I just wann to do
I don’t know
What are the things to know
I don’t know
It’s Bcoz I may b fall in love
Oh god am fall in love oooooooo………….(2 times)

Every morning whn I open d door
I see her
But whn I wann to talk to her
She is so farrr
It may be she is so shy..
Gives me a question of why (2 times)
Oh dear she is so sweet

I wann to chat her in tweet.

But how I will do all this

I don’t knowwwwwww……..


Guessing what she is thinking of me
Please ask her
If she wann to talk to me
Give my number …
If she will talk to me

She will make my day

If she won’t talk to me

What will I doooooooo

I don’t know …. … ….

Submitted: Monday, April 29, 2013
Edited: Monday, April 29, 2013

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i just like a girl without knowing whether she ever like me or not, though i want to talk to her but what should be the way i don't know. so little confused........

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