Ramona Thompson

Go Tell It On Myspace

Go tell it on myspace
To your top 8 friends and all the rest brag about the news everywhere
Go tell it on myspace
That Ramona Thompson has arrived

Swear that it's gonna be true
All the world and all the media is gonna be watching
To see what this wild crazy chick is gonna do to set off the night
A brand new Hollywood star
Shining ever so heavenly, pure and bright

Go tell it on myspace
To your top 8 friends and all the rest brag about the news everywhere
Go tell it on myspace
That Ramona Thompson has arrived

Living it up in a mansion ablaze
With the fire of her wacky fun personality
Diva born and bred
Rise up
Rise up people and praise our good lord's name
For blessing you all
With this sexy shining jewel so bright tonight

Go tell it on myspace
To your top 8 friends and all the rest brag about the news everywhere
Go tell it on myspace
That Ramona Thompson has arrived

She's all the hottness
All the hottness that you could ever want and more
Oh so much more
Living and writing to show you all the way
The way to be just like her
True to yourself and outragous
It's the best
The very best way to live your life
A perfect creation
Just the way the good lord always meant for it to be
Through her poet's mighty pen
Washing away all your sins

Go tell it on myspace
To your top 8 friends and all the rest brag about the news everywhere
Go tell it on myspace
That Ramona Thompson has arrived

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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 19, 2007
Poem Edited: Monday, April 18, 2011

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Comments about Go Tell It On Myspace by Ramona Thompson

  • Nichole phillips (10/19/2007 4:06:00 PM)

    ahhhh
    myspace
    the obession of every one around..
    this was very interesting..
    i like it

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