Tameeka Smith

Rookie - 224 Points (Norfolk)

The Good Ole Days


Oh the good ole days
How I miss them
Spending time with
Family and friends
Playing fun games like
Jacks, Hopscotch, Count 4 and many more
Playing tag outdoors
Going to the park
Parents telling you to be back
Before it gets dark
Enjoying great movies
Like Karate Kid and Breakin
Dancing the coolest dances
Snakin, Whoppin and DC Walkin
Oh yea
Can't forget the music
Run DMC, Salt & Pepa, Debbie Gibson and Tiffany
Boy groups
New Edition, New Kids On The Block and Menudo
When all women did was dance
No need to remove her clothes
Awesome TV shows
Nell, Facts of Life and Different Strokes
And do you remember the first video
Do you know
Do you know
It was the Buggles
When videos were played all day
Rap City and Yo MTV Raps
Maaaannnn
These memories are takin
Me back
Oh Yea
Those days will
Live forever in my heart
And will never part
Holding them close always
Here's to the good ole days! ! ! ! !

Submitted: Thursday, January 17, 2013
Edited: Friday, January 18, 2013

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