Spend My Life With You

Emotional bonding is contingent upon how both parties feel. There is no bond if you love someone who does not love you. The strongest emotional bonds cannot be broken. These include the genuine bond of love between a couple. This is what most of us believe we have when we walk down that aisle. Time tells. Spend My Life With You (1999), by Eric Benét and Tamia, is about this special bond. Listen to the lyrics of both parties. This happens to be a marvelous selection to play when we walk down that aisle.

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Just Cremate Me

I’ll get a headstone over my dead body.

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Go Topless

This is new slang that means don’t wear a hat and bare your hair.

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Follow Directions

People need to get their hair cut or their bodies cremated for these diamonds to be made.

If you end up bleeding or with a burnt scalp, then you did vice versa.

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A Heart In Diamond Is A Perfect Anniversary Gift

A girl can give her best friend to her spouse.

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Colored Diamonds Are No Longer Just For The Rich

A girl should be able to choose what color she wants her best friend to be.

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Human Nature

My father told me that women change after marriage when I was a little boy. He said that they show the best of themselves beforehand. Everything they kept hidden comes out afterward. Single ladies tend to agree with this when I ask their thoughts. Married ladies tend to tell me that they were the same before and after the ceremony. I think what my father told me is true of both sexes in most cases. Sooner or later, what is hidden will surface. I will try not to repel you if I don’t want to lose you. We all feel this way at some point in our lives. It’s human nature. Hurt can make us feel otherwise. Michael Jackson’s Human Nature (1983) reminds me that I have always felt this way. I hope I always will.

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A Sad Joke

What do the people behind diamond mining companies have in common with their diamonds?

They don’t have hearts in them.

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Round Trip

Power trippers trip when they gain power and when they lose it.

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Don’t Disturb This Groove

I suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder. Horrible thoughts fill my head due to a brain abnormality. These foreign thoughts are difficult to differentiate from my actual thoughts. Every day is hell. Medications have kept me from becoming institutionalized. They partially correct my chemical imbalance. This partial correction enables me to use my intellect to battle this disorder. Every prescription has the same downside. Sooner or later, the medication becomes ineffective. I have tried just about every applicable medication over the course of 20 years. Only a few have worked. I now take Paroxetine. It is only a matter of time before my body inhibits it. This could happen tomorrow or eight years from now. I don’t foresee a cure in my lifetime. I don’t consider it a cure if a part of my brain has to be destroyed to make the obsessions cease. I can only hope that new medications will arrive on the market. I get into a groove when a medication works. This groove is disturbed when that medication’s efficacy ends. Don’t Disturb This Groove (1987), by The System, will give you an idea of how this groove feels. Most of you should be able to relate on some level.

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