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I lost my heart in Paris,  To one I hardly know,  Around a lovely terrace,  Again there I must go.  I haven't long to find it, my very life is chased,
First Rugged Rubber Rake Then Rugged Rubber rap In lumpy mucky rain Through golden gleaming sap Worn through a hanging sole Fat legs search for a cap
I have a sad story that requires music that's played by a fiddle.I've been wounded and I'm spending Black Friday at the hospital.Gamestop announced that they were knocking 80 percent off of Playstation 4s.
Sometimes when I'm trying to do lots of homework and i'm completely overwhelmed i hear your voice in my head telling me to make a list.  Sometimes when i call you on the phone
Shopping makes you feel good and shopping makes you feel fuzzy, Like that cardigan over there, look! It's 30% off today, what a steal, But have you ever thought how it makes you feel?
The smooth escalator gracefully gets me to my favorite store.Gosh, I hardly use stairs.Where are the newest pair of shoes?Hooray! They have my size! 
I have seen the sun set in the frozen valleys of Bosnia.I have seen it rise in the burning dunes of Iraq.I have held a new born child as it breaths its first breaths of life.
Red, Blue, Green and PinkV- necks, halters, tanks and spagetti strapsBootcuts, skinnies, jeggings, and skirtsFabrics and different shades one after another,
Shopping It’s a family thing We make memories We take our time We create our own style All while saving a dime  
If I caught a glimpse of beauty there, it was in the plastic waistlines of perfect posing bodies, headless, yet still all I aspired-- still more desirable than I could ever wish to be.
Looking at Tiffany’s, it’s all so pretty. If the karats are gold, then it’s so done. I could be happy if it were just mine. The jewels in the rings gleam just like the sun. I see dresses in windows at Nordstroms,
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