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Babylines

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Babylines

I have seen lines
all sought of lines
I have seen de horizon
under de sky, a sun ray as it plays-
I have seen majestic mountain ridge
with there geometric scribe
I have also seen 
a cloud silver line as it smiles
these represent creation finest
babylines supersede creation finest
upon de creator’s face it let a smile rest

Babylines
it tears her side for gentleness
it mark her breast for suddleness
it rips her stomach 
showing earth is her hammock
and pierce her legs for attentiveness
Babylines
it supersedes creation finest
upon de creator’s face it let a smile rest 

ladies step with grace
babylines never try to erase
it represents kings, queens, teachers inventors,
doctors and even our saviour
babylines are de mark and approval
of de creator’s fingers for de growth
and education of the nations.

Babylines
it tears her side for gentleness
it mark her breast for suddleness
it rips her stomach 
showing earth is her hammock
and pierce her legs for attentiveness
Babylines
it supersedes creation finest
upon de creator’s face it let a smile rest 

Ladies – oil them up and let them shine
know that, they are creation finest wine
don’t get upset
thinking it ganna ruin your rec
if your man don’t like them
tell them to step
babylines have the creator’s respect.

Babylines
it tears her side for gentleness
it mark her breast for suddleness
it rips her stomach
showing earth is her hammock
and pierce her legs for attentiveness
Babylines
it supersedes creation finest
upon de creator’s face it let a smile rest.

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