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We Were Roomates

We laughed until the sun came up on that first night
His jokes were really awful but his manner was light
I cooked him pancakes with banana eyes and syrup smile
Thinking we would have laughter to take us through the miles
We danced for hours and hours never missing a beat
As our bodies glided in and out we turned up the heat
Hot and passionate our love was destined to be
 We were unbearable to be around, he and me
We traveled about the country and things were harried
We finally settled down and got ourselves married
The trials that came were many and the laughter went
The union of us no longer felt heaven sent
We moved several times to see if it would stick
Get that thing that was annoying to all others- lovesick
Several houses, several jobs and a dog and cat too
One thing was for sure we were no longer stuck like glue
The once hot lovers tried leaving it up to fate
We were no more matched together than newspaper roommates
With that being said we each went our separate way
I never laugh near as hard as I did in those early days



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