Day 364 done!

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Written by Me and Wal on the PSP

Lyrics by Emily-Jane Haycock from Birmingham, who we met whilst very very very very drunk on chatroulette….. thanks :)

Lyrics : copy and pasted.

hummmm, all alone in an empty room, nothing left but the memories of when, i had my best friend,
and i dont know how we ended up here, i dont know but its never been so clear we’ve made a mistake dear,

and i see the broken glass infront of me i see the shadow standing infront of me
I remember how we used to talk about the places we would go when we were off and all that we were gonna find

.And I remember watching our seeds grow and how you cried when you saw the first leaves show.
The love was pouring from your eyes

Take my breath as your own Take my eyes to guide you home Cuz I’m still here breathing now…
I’m still here breathing now… I’m still here breathing now… And I’m still here…

emily jane.

day 363 done

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Written by Me on the PSP

It’s not very good, but not VERY bad.

Lyrics:

Barbeque in the park
sun shines the coals glow red
we pour drinks as the evening rolls on and our food gets over done

Disposable barbeques never light first time
But that’s part of the beauty
of a barbeque in summer time

Barbeque in the park yeah
the wind blows a gentle breeze
We will always bring too much food way too much food to eat

Pack away the forks
pack away the cans
pick up the barbeque and burn your hands
Its time to walk it’s time to leave
Put on your coats or feel the breeze

Disposable barbeques never light first time
But that’s part of the beauty
of a barbeque in summer time

Day 362 done : Alan Davies

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Written by Me on the PSP

Lyrics:

An escalator through an open door
We take the seats on the front left of the floor

On the front row of Alan Davies
We laughed so hard it made us crazy
Stories of porn and talking babies
We even saw him outside and said hello

He shouts a lot more than you would expect
A lot of anal and a lot of sex
Quite unexpected in retrospect
Plus in real life he wears glasses

We got his autograph
His photograph with Eibhilin
I told him nice show
He said thank you and that was it

It was rather good that is my review
A genuinly nice bloke I take my hat off to you.

On the front row of Alan Davies
We laughed so hard it made us crazy
Stories of porn and talking babies
We even saw him outside and said hello

We got his autograph
His photograph with Eibhilin
I told him nice show
He said thank you and that was it

Also my girlfriend has almost finished her 365 project of writing a short story every day for a year! Check it out on 365Stories

Day 361 Done

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Written by Me on the PSP

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