I dont know change the tire!
I cry for some few reasons
when I don't have a chocolate cake
when they break my W&N kit paint
When i hear that familiar sound
Oh! just needed to rolling by the road
the blast holding my arms
shaking me and saying to me
you have to change the tire!
What? ? ?
AH! At this moment
flowing out of me
not precious and fine
transparent and contained
but together with hiccups
am i ~ thick ~ enough?
What did i wrong?
i will shake my butt
and the fingers too
to ask for a scarf
and a big man to do
Nothing more was broken
or in pieces by the road
not more tears just feeling
the song of my motor
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