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Mine, Mine, Mine

All the sweets give all to me
All the toys set all for me
All the affection pour all to me
All the attention shine all to me
All that yours will all be mine
Because it's eventually
Mine, mine, mine

I will have everything I want
I will bend you to my will
I will always win the round
I will sit in the high throne
I will live in the world of mine
Because it's definitely
Mine, mine, mine

I do not need to be fair
I do not learn to share
I do not tolerate rejection
I do not consider competitor
There will be no one else's but mine
Because it's absolutely
Mine, mine, mine

I will easy be jealous
I will hardly be pleased
I will lovely when I'm good
I will vicious in bad mood
Don't you dare to lay a hand on mine
Because it's always
Mine, mine, mine

I may not favor it
I may not adore it
I may not question it
I may not even glance at it
But I will never release once it's mine
Because it's already
Mine, mine, mine

I will take what's other
I will care what's taken
I will keep what's cared
I will possess what's kept
I will destroy if it can not be mine
Because it must be
Mine, mine, mine

There's a lot things that precious
There's a lot things beautiful
There's a lot things I own
There's a lot things I desire
All for myself and mine alone
Because it forever be
Mine, mine, mine

Submitted: Tuesday, August 20, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 26, 2013

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