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  17.     

The Shrimp Festival And Beauty Pageant

when i walk and see, girls so pretty, girls so befitting, of a crown, offered downtown.but these girls lost, although their hair they did toss.was it melissa mock? what a shock she was dropped.or tara bridges? who did this? mindy, some sin be down, if your sisters not crowned.molly robinson, how can it be, you played along and landed three.oh alicia hair, we dont care, some pair of georgia girls claimed our pearls.oh alicia hair, where? where are you? how far can you be? we need you to reclaim fernandina beach city.your so pretty, it resounds.grab your dress and meet us downtown.our queen is in exile, amelia isle needs her now.dispatch a message to our queen, tell her we need her on the scene, restore our pirate pride, restore our tradition, face yourself, fufill our mission.
 
chris bowen

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  18.     

Plea Of Love

I never knew that men with really short hair are considered as crazy. The biggest relief for me now is that I never need to style my hair anymore. It saves me so much money now as I do not require purchasing hair styling cream anymore. I feel good, to be honest. The only regret I have is that I do not have any girl in my life, which is truly willing to love me. If I ever find a girl who will hold me tightly and kiss me unendingly, then I will feel like I am the happiest person on this earth. Just trust me and listen to my plea of love.
 
Rohit Sapra

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  19.     

Song 'I Was Born To Love A Southern Girl'

I was born to love a Southern girl,
blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
straight or curled,
I was born to love a Southern girl.

Sittin on the tailgate
evening of barbeque and fries,
arm around her
watch'en the stars dancing
in her eyes.

Blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
straight or curled,
I was born to love a Southern girl.

Radio playing a country tune
of love and sweet sunsets
and harvest moons.
The touch of our lips
two hearts swoon.

Green eyes, blue, brown,
or teal,
I was born to love a Southern girl.

The rhyme of a mandolin
sets her heart a flutter,
and her downhome smile
when the bluegrass starts
can surely melt this man's heart.

Blond hair, red hair, black hair,
straight or curled,
I was born to love a Southern girl.

There's no doubt in my mind
this Southern girl was born for me to hold,
to sway as one
to the sound of country music,
in my arms I embrace pure gold.

I was born to love a Southern girl
blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
straight or curled,
I was born to love a Southern girl.

Blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
straight or curled,
I was born to love a Southern girl.

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Born To Love a Southern Girl (neutral lyrics)

A man is born to love a Southern girl,
blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
straight or curled,
a man is born to love a Southern girl.

Sittin on the tailgate
evening of barbeque and fries,
his arm around her
watch'en the stars dancing
in her eyes.

Blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
straight or curled,
a man is born to love a Southern girl.

Radio playing a country tune
of love and sweet sunsets
and harvest moons.
The touch of their lips
two hearts swoon.

Green eyes, blue, brown,
or teal,
a man is born to love a Southern girl.

The rhyme of a mandolin
sets her heart a flutter,
and her downhome smile
when the bluegrass starts
can surely melt a man's heart.

Blond hair, red hair, black hair,
straight or curled,
a man is born to love a Southern girl.

There's no doubt in my mind
a Southern girl was born
for a man to hold,
to sway as one
to the sound of country music,
in his arms he embraces pure gold.

A man is born to love a Southern girl
blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
straight or curled,
a man is born to love a Southern girl.

Blond hair, black hair, brown hair,
straight or curled,
a man is born to love a Southern girl.



(I Was Born To Love a Southern Girl, and Born To Love a Southern Girl, are copyrighted by Steven S. Walsky,2014, all rights reserved.)
 
Steven S. Walsky

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  20.     

Love Hair

I got down onto the bed and started kissing you but my long hair got in the way and I felt like I kissed myself.

Long straight hair which fell onto your head was the wall between me and you and I feared if I said: I love you, I would be saying it to myself.

I tried to move myself away from you but couldn't and soon my hair was all over your body, protecting it from my love.

I really felt like I loved myself when I kissed my hair that was against you.

And it started feeling weird after a long time doing it.
 
Maria Junnonen

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