we cousin but i looked at you as if you was my blood sister....how could you SanTerryia
Santerryia you suppose to be like a sister to me and you do me like that i was trying to lie for you to get you out of the trrouble that you is in but you lied to your mother and told her i sent Trevor to you house how could you do me like that i would never do that to you that is just bogus because i was trying to cover up for you than you put it all on me...
why why Santerryia you just don't know how bad i am hurting
your mother told me don't ever call her house again
why why thats all i can ask you
the bad part is that you lied to me wheni ask you did you tell your mother that
if you was a real one you would of told your mother that i didn't call him to your house but you didn't
now i know who my real ones are...
i did anything in the world for you but you did me bogus
Santerryia Santerryia i really wouldnt think you would do something like that to me...
how could you
you bogus but i will always love you
i suppose to be your sister and you do me like that its cool but now i know who is my real ones are you is my cousin but i look at you if you was my sister and you d me like that after all them years...
yea i'm your sister thats what you say but now i say you is just as fake as the rest of these females....
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