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@Tiffany2012 you're amazing in the morning you're amazing in the night, you're amazing when i see you, and when the stars are shinning bright. you're amazing when you're happy, you're amazing when you're sad, you're amazing no matter what you do, and thats when nothing can go bad. You're amazing to everyone around you, you're amazing and this they can see, but no matter how amazing they think you are, you'll always be more amazing to me.

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haha all for you girl! You said you wanted one lol

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feels good to make someone's day today!! :D
i bet it does
yeah it does, everyone seems to be pissed at me today
long story.. :/ Not enough hours in the day to explain that one..
Part of life I guess, ppl come in your lives to teach you lessons..

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