How About You Don'T? - Poem by Manny Lopez
You got a set of loose lips
with my name in every sentence.
You try and ruin my reputation.
You are, obviously, relentless.
People belive that garbage.
You are very vainous.
But remember one thing:
keep talking; you're making me famous.
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