Mr. here4u247

My life

I will tell you something about rhymes
They aint no crime
But I aint got time
To make a nice chime
And I will not wine
My name has never been Drew
But baby I sure as heck love you
I might have not done so well
And I know I always will dwell
I just wish another dance
So I could have another chance
Now, I know you think I am a pie
And I a sweet guy
And you like rib eye
But my little ham, for you I would die
You might not be mine
But then again that is fine
Because who owns who
I don't own you
And neither does a Jew
Or Drew
Nobody owns anyone
And I wish you could come
I know that sounds dumb
But my thumb
Gets gum
Like a tum
If I got you back
And we were on the same track
I wouldn't dare
Ever treat you with no care
Well, I might never have a krew
But, I sure as heck love you


Submitted: Sunday, June 30, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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Read it, you will find out what the story is, but if u still don't know after you read it, its about a girl who I once 'had' as a VERRRYYYYY close friend and almost a girlfriend, but I messed up and Now she is gone and I am hoping to still have a chance. Now you people can hate or love me but you know, I have a lot of hope.

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