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Played it cool, now I'm ice cold.

I don't know why it ever made sense to act disinterested in the first place, considering that you have not proven yourself to be any kind of psychic.

I don't want to play it cool. I'm sick of that jaded masquerade; I just want you and your dick. And I'm not ashamed to admit it.

I'm just too embarrassed to say it to your lovely face.

So when I do come around to see you, I don't want to say a thing.

I think my lips could better explain my long-lasting affection without the weight of words.


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