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(September 18,1995 / Pontiac, Michigan)

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All I can think of is you,
Of all the time we had with each other
Of everything we did
Of all the love we shared

Shared, did, had...
Past tense, definition: no longer there
I'm stuck in the past
Stuck loving you

All I can think of is you,
Of how you destroyed me over time...

Destroyed, destroying
Present tense, definition: continuation of an action

All I can think of is you,
Of how I will carry out my revenge
Of how I will destroy you
Of how I have decided my plan

Revenge, destory decided...
Future tense, definition: the end of something is near

Submitted: Saturday, March 20, 2010
Edited: Thursday, March 25, 2010

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