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GUEST,PMB Mangled Lyrics Spelchecked! (115* d) RE: Mangled Lyrics Spelchecked! 22 Feb 08


Vital Lambada
[Tone of the university reef is beautiful]
Anglo-Bengali part Anglo-Boer (1862-1938)

In order to tear Hush, earns part of the night -
10 days of the conclusion of 'years
With the base football vibration of light of the hour
Is brilliant, this game behind, and he is the man.
It is not owned, but the belt tape.
Or, thumbnail reputation and wealth selfish,
But this season, and the captain of the shoulder throbbed hand
"Fighting spirit! Toy With the game!"

The desert sand red souse -
A residual red, early reorganized and analyzed
In order to the blind mission Gatling colonel,
Equip dust and smoke.
Since bus and England that are full of river of the dead women,
As regards the operation name and reputation,
But, with regard to the voice of the student standing in line -
"Fighting spirit! Toy With the game!"

Here, from 1 can get the word, and Article 1,
And, in school, those who have replaced
The others must indicate their son as the ear
In this way, public ardently meet thinking
And not forgetting "Oh", making all deep concern
That uses this as flashlight on the back
On the temporary flame, the host -
"Fighting spirit! Toy With the game!"


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