Hate Ash-Bury and the Umlaut

This is not what I said….

Okay well I’m in kind of taking us back to Hyde Ashbury when I remember we were there and comparing it to now here we are in Lake Central London and dislikes his neoliberal still. where in Haight-Ashbury we week I like the words we spoke were at work we’re what we had serifs on some of the words and some of them are like san serif in and we will mostly help better turns in an unknown an with a more sophisticated people that there were a lot in higher expert you know because well we would be channeling something from mother mother university nature and end we had a meal lots and we had those little slashes of a word shipment that you kind of an emphasis on the letter like a lady! you know?  

I’m an this is nature’s speaking to the young people at the time because is it wise the old people late just we’re square we would round and so you can put a sign box which cause she couldn’t do because we just didn’t fit in the box we were excited about putting a difference about the did not spaces between us to highlight equilateral and innovative squares to be  and we were all about space that we were just all over space you know I’m back in Hyde Ashbury when you were panhandling you got like three dollars each six okay you know I’m now what they do is think I’m handling day based on a corporation man I can fuck it’s like……

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i want you (she’s so heavy)



I want you
I want you so bad
I want you
I want you so bad
It’s driving me mad
It’s driving me mad

I want you
I want you so bad, babe
I want you
I want you so bad
It’s driving me mad
It’s driving me mad

I want you
I want you so bad, babe
I want you
I want you so bad
It’s driving me mad
It’s driving me mad

I want you
I want you so bad
I want you
I want you so bad
It’s driving me mad
It’s driving me mad

She’s so heavy
Heavy, heavy, heavy

She’s so heavy
She’s so heavy
Heavy, heavy, heavy

I want you
I want you so bad
I want you
I want you so bad
It’s driving me mad
It’s driving me mad

I want you
You know I want you so bad, babe
I want you
You know I want you so bad
It’s driving me mad
It’s driving me mad
Yeah

She’s so