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"Sam Manson"

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The Lyrics

Danny wrote this song for Sam, I just did the typing~Geo
All I Want to do when I go to school is see your eyes,
Sam Manson,Sam Manson
I never thought a girl like you would ever care for me ,Sam Manson
All I want to do at the Cinaplex is hold you tight
Sam Manson, Sam Manson
I never thought a girl like you would be my girl

(Chorus)I have you as help to save the day
Sam Manson, yeah
Paulina's gone and I have to say

(Refrain)Repeat 2x
Will you be my Date?
Will you be my Date,
Sam Manson,yeah?

I can see your face shining through the window in the book store
Sam Manson, Sam Manson
I didn't know you were in interested in reading books,Sam Manson
But all I have in the evening is really ghosts to fight.
Sam Manson,Sam Manson
I never thought that ghost hurting you, would make me so so mad

Repeat Chorus and Refrain



Refrain 3x
Hop you like it Sam

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