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Anna Turtle


Love, sweet sweet love.


The love is sweet,
Dancing heart you have,
Lazy brain you have,
A special feeling you have.
Love, sweet love.

You walk whit your love,
Beautiful love,
Smart love,
Sweet love.
Love, sweet love.

You go there for months,
Long, long months,
Short, short months,
Sweet, sweet months.
Love, sweet love.

Then she dumps you,
Goes from you,
Leaves you,
Brakes up with you.
Love, sad love.

That is too much to handle,
It burns inside,
It roars inside,
It hurts inside.
Love, sad love.

She can’t get away with that,
Down she shall,
Suffer she shall,
Die she shall.
Revenge, sweet, sweet revenge.

That wasn’t good,
Goodbye freedom,
Farewell freedom,
No more freedom.
Jail, long time in jail.

Submitted: Friday, July 14, 2006
Edited: Monday, August 16, 2010

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