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Daniel Murphy

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Temper-Mental-Thinking


Passion can send us into rage
Sometimes putting us in cage.

You thought they were doing something
Sneaking behind your back

When really it was innocent
No, they weren't in the sack.

They were planning a surprise
And yes it was for you

That's why they were together
Together just like glue.

So now you feel ashamed
And you're stuck behind those bars

You say you weren't thinking straight
Because of those few jars.

They're gone now together
Your excuses are no good

You should have checked the facts
Now your hands are stained with blood.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 11, 2007
Edited: Sunday, February 13, 2011
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