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Joscelyn Alderdice


Metallica And You


I've been listening to Metallica.
It makes me happier.
Now that I have it,
I don't wanna to lose it.

Metallica has become a part of my life.
No It Is My Life!
Now that I have it,
I don't wanna lose it.

I listen to it, I play it.
I wish I could see it.
Now that I have it,
I don't wanna lose it.

Metallica is my passion.
My Passion!
Now that I have it,
I don't wanna lose it.

It's what tells me.
It's what makes me.
Now that I have it,
I don't wanna lose it.

I want it to live forever.
In Me Forever!
Now that I have it,
I don't wanna lose it.

Metallica is a part of me, because of you.
I'd be lost without you.
Now that I have you,
I don't wanna lose you.

Like Metallica you made me.
You Made Me!
Now that I have you,
I don't wanna lose you.

We listen to each other, we play with each other.
We will always be together.
Now that I have you,
I don't wanna lose you.

You are my love.
My Love!
Now that I have you,
I don't wanna lose you.

It's how you treat me.
You make me.
Now that I have you,
I don't wanna lose you.

I will love you forever.
Be With You Forever.
Now that I have you,
I won't lose you.

24th, May 2009.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 10, 2009

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