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Date Added: September 30, 2003 05:09:40 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Aching Years
Killing me softly,
the voice broke out in the night
 Hearing this very strange sound,
but I doubted still
After years and years of waiting in pain
Late I found the ghost no way
I run to meet my aching soul
Leaving a bad blob within my mind
Dancing to the rhythm of the years I lost
 Jumping over the ironic fate
Every bit of me died in a second
 But I realized that I will be immortal forever
Runnning to meet you and be me
and how to fight against the cruel beast??
 No way
 Butterfly & Ladybug
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