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composed & performed by September 29th


Business cards
Shards of Mars
On Earth
I heard your heart
Beating so slow
I know
Drugs hugs are just like bugs

Don't worry
I know
You're sorry
You didn't mean
To be so mean
With me

You say
You pray
A lot
But the mirror shows
Your only God
Football match
A lot of catching up to do
I've missed you
I've missed you, too...

But don't worry
I know
You're sorry
You didn't mean
To be so mean
With me

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  • Founded: September 1983
  • Location: Unspecified


  • Olgostin

The Meanest    The Meanest

  • Title: The Meanest
  • Artist: September 29th
  • Duration: 00:03:56
  • Played: 80
  • Date Recorded: Jun 22nd, 2010

High Hopes. Great Expectations.
We can't help that. We were born to be nostalgic and wear a smile as if it were a fancy dress on our lips, as we look back and expect old friends to show up from the past...

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Comments (2)Comments (2)

  • Sally's picture
    Left by Sally, on Jun 23, 2010 - 8:12
    so we need hugs without drugs

    we need hugs with chocolate

    and rainbow pie!!!!

    **hugs** x mille and much of the rest, for the best is yet to come :D
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    • Olgostin's picture
      Left by Olgostin, on Jun 23, 2010 - 8:52
      The best has yet to come!
      BUt you are the best, Sally dear *-*
      And you are here.

      Mille abbraccissimi, chocolate rainbows and the rest and all the rest!!!!
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