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It would have being nicer if you had said sorry can’t blow you a kiss
Tonight lover it’s a bit too risky but I’ll send you three of these XXX in the text
Because I have miss you today
Just so you know answer on a postcard is from, WHY’ I think
It was relevant to what we were saying?
Maybe not
Please let me know when it not too risky to blow me, a kiss
Or if and when you’d like a real one

But what I would like is that if you could take you moods
Out on me and to my face instead of using a text
Thanks for that, , ,
Or does a text or the fax or facts bother you
Perhaps this sound a bit fake or cheap sorry
Or I am I playing with words again

Anyway I’ll wait for you to send me a text
(Because it’s good to talk) , , ,
Hope it will be a nice one
A man can live in hope;
Don’t know where I have heard that from!

You did tell me not so long ago not to
Let your moods spoil what we have
Easier said than done
But thanks for that

I’m not going to bother you by
Coming in to work
But if you can let me know how
Many is going on the trip
So I can book it
Thanks for that! !

Ps
You have a good weekend
I know Y, U, R, A, C—2,1
But it doesn’t always make it right
C, U
, , ,

.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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