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Let's get together

Rags or riches

let's get together

Despite your wife,

Let's get together


You can take me

to a motel and

pull off my 

panties with your

nicotine stained teeth


You'll smell like whiskey

I'll smell like smoke

Neither of us would

care enough to make

an effort; drunk tongues

couldn't spell anything out.


You'll sound ridiculous

And you'll look even worse

I'll close my eyes tight

So I don't have to see you

when you finish what

You couldn't start. 

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  1. you got it all wrong hunny bunny.

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  2. everything you say seems so sad and vapid.

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  3. What's sad is that you hide under the guide of anonymous you little shit.

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