tiyler durden


Lets Get Involved - Poem by tiyler durden

I love the way you look at me
I feel our pain you place inside
lock us up inside the cage of love
when were alone inside our minds

I like to teach you all the rules
I'd love to see them set in writing
I like it when I came in to your womb
there my secrets never shone

I need to feel you
You need to feel me
I can't control you..
You're might be the one for me.

I can't control you
You can't control me
I need to feel you
So that's why were involved

I love the way I rape your skin
You feel the hate I place within
I need to get our voice out of our heads
Cause I'm the man you'll never find again...

I'm faking all of the rules
there are no expressions on our face
I'm hoping some day we'll let us go
Release us from a dirty cage.

I need to feel you
You need to feel me
I can't control you
You can't control me

I can't control you
You can't control me
I need to feel you
So let's get involved...you and me.

I love the way you look at me
I love the way you stroke my cock
I love the nasty things you do
I have control with you

I need to feel you
You need to feel me
I can't control you
You can't control me

I can't control you
You can't control me
I need to feel you
So let's get involved...you and me.


Comments about Lets Get Involved by tiyler durden

  • (3/20/2006 8:46:00 AM)


    Once again you have fallen into deep stuff.
    Very suggestive
    Patricia
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  • (3/20/2006 8:41:00 AM)


    You been talkin to Johnny again.....hahahaha Hi ter, dar (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 20, 2006



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