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A year ago I came into the Internet world. I have met many friends, laughed, smiled, and even cried. One particular person, has touched me deeply... I just wanted him to know.
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What You Mean To Me
|by Baby Bad
I never came here looking for a single soul.
But now that I found you I want you to know
I had forgotten how to smile, how to laugh, how to be me
I had forgotten the sweet pleasure of a heart filled with glee.
I was intoxicated with life... work and family
Never stopping for fun... it just wasn't there you see.
Since I have found you... it's been a complete turn around
I smile and laugh again... not much gets me down.
I get excited when I see you on ICQ
Wondering what it is today we will do...
Chatting, laughing and the games we play
You make my every day.
It seems so silly on just a machine
How someone can reach you... become your everything.
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