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    dots Submission Name: dont be stupid boydots
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    Author: justkillme08
    ASL Info:    18/F/MA
    Elite Ratio:    1.63 - 97/170/124
    Words: 183
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
    Total Views: 791
    Average Vote:    5.0000
    Bytes: 1096



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    dotsdont be stupid boydots
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    If You Cant See Shes Crazie For You

    & Wont Hurt You Like All The Others

    & Doesnt Want To Be With Anyone But You

    You Might Just Be Letting Go Of The Best Thing Ever

    So You Should Talk To Her

    Let Her Tell You Whats Been On Her Mind

    About Everything In Her Life

    Let Her In Dont Hold Her Out

    She Wants To Help

    Dont Be Stupid Boy

    You're All She Seems To Think About

    She Understands The Little She Knows About Whats Going On

    But She Still Has Things To Say To You

    Let Her Say It Before You Make Any Decisitions

    & Let Her Tell You The Way She Wants To Tell You

    But Remember Boy

    No One Can Wait Forever

    & Who Knows How Long She'll Wait

    Just Talk To Her And Let Her Get Everything Off Her Mind

    Because Im Telling You Boy

    This Is Something You Shouldnt Just Let Pass By




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