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    dots Submission Name: The Song on Your Guitardots
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    Author: SavedDragon
    Elite Ratio:    3.61 - 303/258/84
    Words: 144
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
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    dotsThe Song on Your Guitardots
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    Machine heads are weak
    The strings are loose
    The mind of an artist
    Overthinks the truth

    Pull my strings
    Life on a line
    Fine lines between love and hate
    You were a sign

    We could relate
    Your favorite song
    Play me like girls who’ve done you wrong
    Be my instrument

    Let me be yours
    The way we played
    Sex on floors
    A coke bottle shape

    The fingers glide through
    Music to my ears
    Making dreams come true
    Each stroke reminds me of you

    Music for your soul
    Let me be the song you play
    I thought we would grow
    But you are yesterday

    Not knowing the glory
    The chorus, the verse
    The main event, the main story
    The best the worst

    Wasted, gained
    So close yet so far
    Healed and pained
    The song on your guitar




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