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Summer Lovin

Author: Hip-Hop Honey
ASL Info:    16/f/canada
Elite Ratio:    3.51 - 105 /86 /31
Words: 181
Class/Type: Poetry /Being a Teen
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I wrote this in a spurr of the moment type thing! Hope you like it!

Summer Lovin

Living a lie or
Awake in a dream
Don't know how to stand
Inbetween whats real an make believe
Good Time memories consiming me
But I know he's to good for me
I see it everytime he looks at me
I'll love you til my last dying breath
Is what he told me
Baby girl your all I need to be with me at night
Someone by my side to ride
He says this and more
My heart is yours
It took my breath away everytime
And now I have no place
To run and hide
My ladies know what I mean
But I can't deny
What I am feeling
Pushing aside the fact
Got my homeboys feeling me
But to wrap this up
He got me feeling things I've never felt before
Twistin and grindin
Smokin Mary jane getting high as the sky
My eyes getting teary
Oh here we go
I've let it all go
And they know
He's what I'm asking for
Shout out to my Dawg
B-rad and Mo fo sho!

Submitted on 2007-07-07 00:33:47     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  i'm sorry, i have trouble taking this kind of rap seriously. that being said, this really wasn't that bad! some of the words make me giggle, but then again, i'm a skinny white boy with long blonde hair. i think this had great rhyming, and it's about something important to you. when you write passionately, you get the best results! also, sometimes spur-of-the-moment writes turn out truly great. i definately underestimated you. i'd like to here this as a song. it would have to be pretty ganksta though! lol. also, i have only one rap on this site, and it's both political and hardcore, but i'd appreciate your thoughts on it. it's called 'bloodsuckers'. thanks!
| Posted on 2007-07-07 00:00:00 | by freddybuzzkill | [ Reply to This ]

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