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The Child in Me

Soda pop and gum drops A river full, so sweet To be that child I once was All that candy, I would eat Not worry about a cavity, the dentist or my skin Just concerned with getting more And filling it within A jawbreaker, some nonpareils Bazookas and candy dots Sour apples and baby ruths Oh I love it all a lot

Copyright © | Year Posted 2008




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