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The Girl At The Olympics (The Raconteur)

This is the reaction after the thing, This is the other side of me you never got to see, This is me after you, This is me without you, This is for the youthful mind to understand the difference between the future and the present.
You know I'll be the first to be proud of you after your fam, You know you'll be no less than the girl at the Olympics, You know you'll never know how proud of you I was, when I heard that, You know these days I'm more or less your Stan. You know when I heard of this,  I just wanted to wrap you so tight in the circle of my arms, with you listening to rhythm of my joyful heart. I remember how you spoke about events like this. You know this piece isn't one to make your heart beat in calmness or boost your confidence,  Oh girl, you thought wrong.
Bittersweet, You know you'll always have a soft spot in my heart but not as soft as it used to be, You know you'll be in my thoughts but not as deep as before, You know I'll one way or another try to know …

Sex With You (The Raconteur)

I can't possibly deny the fact that, Sex with you, Is the best I've had thus far. Haven't had much of it these days, Switched priorities! I Seldom reminisce about some naughty moments of you and your fuck me face, Maybe this is the only way I can keep you running through my mind on a canal loop.
I can't arguably deny that you were ideal enough to kickstart things with, But a peek over your shoulders and I see your dirts. And when we needed ironing issues out with a million things to say, We then become loud in silence and leave it up to the sex to resolve it all. At least it did resolve things until the same issues came up.
I can't arguably deny that I was naive with my decision making and let a couple of words from other people get to my head. The only thing that changed about me is change, And looking back on those days, I'd probably make a different decision right now, I guess I've really killed some part of the boy I once familiarized myself with, To a benign man who h…