There was a cock and a hen
near our house....
Oh! Do you know the
story of the tricky mouse?
You know my heart....
Heart? My grandpa had
heart problem, I think
I told you last time...
My grandma's eyes always blink.
Just I want to tell how much...
How much? O it made me remember
the price of my T-shirt!
Thanks, thanks for reminding me,
I have to go City Mart!
Dear, listen my soul burns...
Burns? Why don't you go to doctor?
How, did it catch fire?
Does your mom know, or
you suppress it, you liar!
Sweet-heart, I have to leave now.
Go, go you must do your duty
first, and please, inform
me later about the condition
of your soul, cool or warm!
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