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A Poem by ThunderStorm

Author: ThunderStorm
Created: December 08, 2010 at 05:02 pm
Upload Type: Poem, G (All)  
Category: Collaborations | Friendship | Love
Upload Stats: 1 comments and 307 views

Thunderstorm and bookworm44 Rock "n' roll heart

Hey Thunderstorm I got something' to say.
Rock 'ní roll is here to stay!

Don't know whom you like to play?
The Stones, the Who, Ozzy or Green Day?

With the music you'll never part.
'Cuz baby, you got a rock n roll heart.

To killer drums and screaming' guitars.
I'll rock 'ní roll into your arms.

Thunder baby; let's feel the beat.
Come on dude jump to your feet.

Shake your groove thing fast 'ní slow.
Come on, let that thunder roll!

Screaming guitars and booming surround system

My heart screams for more and more

My Blood Screams for Ozzy osbourne

I want to see him in Tulsa so bad

But I have no money if you went to see ozzy perform ask him if I can have his autograph

Greenday another mighty fine band wanted to see

The Stones I have never seen them performed yet

The who I seen them on TV apart of super bowl Sunday that was awesome

© ThunderStorm - all rights reserved

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December 08, 2010
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Hiya ThunderStorm!
awwww ThunderStorm, I like what you added! You gotta a rock'nroll heart dude! best wishes my friend, bookworm

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