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I'd been in love with this guy for almost 2 years when a friend of mine started dating him. Well she went away for a week and me and him had the best time together . . . this is about what happened and what I told her when she returned and found out.
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First Yours, Now Mine
There is just one saying
That could describe what happened.
When the cat's away,
The mice will play . . .
Well, you were the cat
And we were the mice
You left us alone
Now you pay the price.
You knew that I loved him
And I'd do anything I could do
Just to take him away with me
And far away from you.
I made the mistake of loving him
But I do with all my heart
I've loved him longer that you've had him
And I'll be happy when you part.
But you made a mistake
You left him with me
And during that week
My love I made him see.
I'll admit that I love him
And he says he loved me to
So just leave us to be
There is nothing you can do.
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