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He really Loves That Car Poem

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He Really Loves That Car

                                                                                                                            By David Michael Jackson
                                                                                                    Listen to the mp3 of He Really Loves That Car by Dave and Andy

He really loves that car
He admired it from afar
He went out one day
and drove it away.
Oh he really smiled that day.

And he really loves that girl.
It's a romance for all of the world.
They met one sunny afternoon
when the shadows were settled just right.
She wore green to match her eyes
on that very very first night.

Yes he really loves that girl.
You can see them everywhere.
Cruising around town
having fun.
You can't get them down
because they're like one.
Oh they really love life.
They sip it like fine wine.
The are a shing star.
And they really love that car
They go everywhere.
yes they relly love that car.
It's red.
yes they really love that car.
I surely love them
and they really love that car.

      Copyright © 2011 by David Michael Jackson, All rights reserved


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