Jeff Nesvig

Rookie (01-11-1960 / San Diego Ca.)

Soda Pop


I have a soda pop and I want to share it with you
Maybe take a little walk together
We could talk about life or the weather
As long we're together that's all I want to do
I want to share my soda pop with you

I only had a nickel but if I had two
I would have bought a soda pop for me and you
And we could take a little walk together
And we talk about life or the weather

When I grow up that's all I want to do
I want to take a little walk and talk about life or the weather
It doesn't really matter as long as we're together
And I can share my soda pop with you

But I have a soda pop and I want to share it with you
I've been looking at you and all the things you do
And I want to take a walk and talk to you
There just so many things I have to say
So if you have the time
I would like to share my soda pop with you

We could take a little walk together
And I would share my soda pop with you
We could talk about life love and the weather
As long we're together that's all I want to do
I want to share my soda pop with you.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 22, 2012

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I wrote this a while back about young love and how we think about thing's when we were pre teens

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