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Ready to Go (Get Me Out of My Mind), Panic! At the Disco

She’s already running…so why not grab his hand while in motion like a baton and race towards life? In doing so, she pulls the speaker out from the forefront of his own mind, thus putting someone else in first place.

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University of Houston Poem (Alma Mater Vol. 4)

From Alma Mater Vol. 4: The South: *University of Houston* You are above the Williams Tower. You are above the J.P. Morgan Chase Tower. You see that flooring Houston skyline? You are above it all. Because you are the Energy

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University of Nevada – Reno Tribute Poem (Alma Mater Vol. 3)

From Alma Mater Vol. 3: The West: https://www.amazon.com/Alma-Mater-Vol-3-West-ebook/dp/B01CJYOA5A/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Alma+Mater+Vol+3.+The+West&qid=1570660289&sr=8-1 *Nevada* Wanna know what it’s like to ride with the Wolf Pack? We don’t take bites of freedom, Motherfuckers Wolf that. ’Merica *** Rusty pick-up trucks with tinted windows: ’Merica Disco Bowling

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Paradox of “I Love You”

“You give one heart You get back two That’s the paradox Of I love you Said when you give your heart You get one, too That’s the paradox Of I love you”

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Southern Miss Poem (Alma Mater Vol. 4)

*Southern Miss* (Set to the Melody of “Bad Moon Rising” by Creedence Clearwater Revival) I see—Gold Eagles arisin’, I see—touchdowns on the way…. I see—these Spacious Skies heightnin’ I see—Good times today… Ya’ll come watch the flight, Well it’s bound

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Dream Match

*Dream Match* Close your eyes & Dream with Me. And together: Let’s ask the age-old question, “What if?” What if two people at their best could defy time and space and meet in the middle of the circle? Not the

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Dream Match

*Dream Match* Close your eyes & Dream with Me. And together: Let’s ask the age-old question, “What if?” What if two people at their best could defy time and space and meet in the middle of the circle? Not the

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