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the phantom of the operaDark soul hiding in night walk with me through the night,
come with me.
beautiful soul which no's not love come with me and i
will show you some
my love is for you my angel of music come to me and
sing song's in my head the music of night speck's to
Erik, sweet, Erik, i give you my love i ask in return
the same in from you
the face you hate and hide with a mask is beautiful to
me you sweet lost soul
I am melook at me what do you see
a fighter a princess in danger a girl or just me
how many of us are seen for just that who we are.
not bi not a boy not a girl not punk not a prep just you
so next time you meet someone don't look at them see them for who they really are.
the love of time lordsThe master looked up into the doctors' eyes, how could he live without him? He knew the doctor didn't feel the same way he did so there was no point in regenerating.
"Regenerate, REGENERATE!" the doctor yelled
"why what's the point of it" he asked
"we're the only two left now, regenerate!" the doctor shouted,
"is that all?" the master asked.
"What do you mean?" asked the doctor blinking back tears.
What's the point anymore I'm dieing anyway "I love you, I always have" the master said.
To shocked to speak the doctor looked into the eyes of the man he had loved since they were kids.
"Of course I love you" the doctor said and leaned down to kiss him.
This kiss was filed with passion and desire for each other.
When the kiss ended the master said, "I've waited all my life for that kiss, and it was worth every minute. But now just as our story starts it must end".
And with that the master's life left his body.
"No, NO!" the doctor yelled "why did you leave me" he sobbed into the b
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