sandy nobody

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No.1 Or No.2 (What Should I Do?) - Poem by sandy nobody

guy number one
hes not bad look to look at
he seems kinda fun
hes nice, doesnt seem a rat

hes very rich and secure
he gives me lots of attention
what he wants in life, hes sure
has lots money, wont need a pension

guy number two
hes not bad to look at
hes lots of fun too
hes nice, hes more like a cat

hes not rich and secure
i like his attention
an easy laidback life, is for sure
but not sure of his intention

number one
number two
what should
i do

with guy number one
i never go without
with guy number two
he doesnt shout

guy number one
we will travel, stay best hotels
guy number two
might end up living in a cheap motel

guy number one
owns a big corporation
guy number two
he owns not much, hes a musician

number one
number two
what should
i do

guy number one
i just met
guy number two
has hurt me, most i can forget

guy number one
kinda worries me some

guy number two
worries me too

guy number one
wants me to do stuff
i really dont like
iv done some, but still not enough

guy number two
wants me to do stuff
he makes me feel safe
if i dont want to, then its enough

number one
number two
what should
i do?

who will i choose
this may not seem smart

but guy number two
has my heart!

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Comments about No.1 Or No.2 (What Should I Do?) by sandy nobody

  • (1/12/2007 5:15:00 PM)

    well.. i had a problem like that once.

    i juggled so much, that in the end, my hands was left with nothing at all.
    'cause all had fallen.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 12, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, December 24, 2010

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