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tell me what it is or tell me what it isn't
How do we choose the one’s we are meant for,
without being stuck up and always asking for more.
How can we rush into a relationship full of “ I love you’s,”
when we barely know each other, we don’t even have a clue.
Can you even tell me what love is on a teenage mind,
is it addiction or is it only a crime.
To steal one’s virginity is on a brotha’s mind,
and a woman’s insecurities doesn’t make her wise.
we are young, but have experienced a lifetime.
We’ve learned from our experience whether it’s good or bad,
the outcome of it has the most powerful impact determining if we’re happy or sad.