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I Spoke to a Waitress

David G. Gándara Daniel Soldevilla

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She didn't love him She didn't love him what else could she do.

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That is how it means to be some how she couldn't choose.

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He's got a good job he's cool with the co ps.

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I'm not so bad I su ppose I can cope with that.

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She said she's fi ne. I don't know if she thinks that is
I know it's ha rd. but she knows that she might not be

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  
wro ng If she doesn't come back she's with
ba ck.

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