Treasure Island

Harlan Lovestone

(Detroit, MI)

Papers


I got the papers
Wedding papers girl
A pact for all to see that we were meant to be
Lets start the nuptials and forget about this word
I’m in love with you girl

I feel so freighted but at least I’m not alone
Ad one thing has not change my love for you grows on
We have our whole lives
To get cozy
Just like the eskimoes
We can rub noseies

I’m in love with you
For I am so in love with you

I got the papers marriage papers girl
And all the poems I wrote you not so long ago
Jump in my car and I will drive as fast as I can
To the alter where I will take you hand

Will you marry me?
I need you through infinity
For I am so in love with you
For I am so in love with you

I got the papers baby
I got all the papers
Pen meets paper
I got wedding papers

Submitted: Tuesday, February 23, 2010

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