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When my dad lets me borrow the car I don't even have to drive far As soon as the car is on I turn up my favorite song As soon as I arrive, I embrace the others who have already arrived With hugs
I remember a time, before I was grown,
My stomach flutters, My heart pounds so fast and loud I can hear it in my ears. Boiling blood rushes through my body to my cheeks, All when I see you. I’m with you,
Do you hear the sound of their clanging chains? Though it may not be heard one thing remains. In the silence of their walls, they lay absent from the world in the sun, or in beating rains.
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