Here we go then, little bit quicker than I thought
But let’s start with this morning
Would you like me to stay away and not see you?
Answer from you, stay away, witch means stay away
And then a text, would you like the lion, as a keep sake
Well after I received that, I could hardly contain myself
Such a warm and beautiful thought, albert just blew is top! ! !
Do I want the lion back hmm;
That would be like, me asking you if you’d like the
Watch and wallet back! ! Mind you, at least you would know were
All the TIME we + got spent! !
So thank for that, but you keep IT it’s a blond think;
Shall we move on to the second text now then
I bet you found it easy not coming past! !
I did yes, IT was as easy has you losing weight
Calling you a - -
Is the best keep sake, you could have given me
How good do I feel right now?
Just had a thought I could have called you a F, A, B
But when you insult someone you should insult
Them by using the biggest part of their anatomy
So I got that right, didn’t I?
Hope you had TIME to read this
But so you understand I was still at work
But to even think that, is who you are! ! FAB
So thanks, like I said I don’t do
So remember a disagreement in which different
Views are expressed, often angrily
It better to have lost an argument
Than to ever have loved one
Let me know if I should have put this on in the morning
Ta now who’s being blond
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