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March 17, 2008 | by  | in Opinion |
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My Sweet Prince

Never thought you’d make me perspire
Never thought I’d do you the same
Never thought I’d fill with desire
Never thought I’d feel so ashamed

Me and the dragon can chase all the pain away
So before I end my day, remember…
My sweet prince, you are the one
My sweet prince You are the one

Never thought I’d have to retire
Never thought I’d have to abstain
Never thought all this could back fire
Close up the hole in my vain

Me and my valuable friend
Can fix all the pain away
So before I end my day
Remember
My sweet prince
You are the one

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