Autumn

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This is a essay this is a essay this is an awesome essay you should read it I love it iw ant you to rock me yeeaaaa. Ummmm this is all I can think if just trying to make it like two hundred fifty words so I can upload it! Smile people life is too short to do anything but msile abd be grateful! I tried playing t cool but girl while I am looking at you I cant ever bee brave because you make my hreat race. Shot me outs the sly you’re my kryptonite you make me weak ya frozen and cant breath something got a give now idying to make you I need you here with me cause you got that one thing so get out of my head fall into my arms instead I don’t know what it is I need that one thing you got that one thing. I tried playing it cool you don’t notice at all that I am going outa my mind all dya and night something got give now I am dying to name and I need you ehre with me now cuz you got that one thing sos get out omy head afall into my arms instead. I love this song I am too old to listen to them. Byut my kid loves it!!! Damn this is hard to make up nothing from something and make it sounf like I know what I am oding heehehehehe! I love my kids anf family they are all…...

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