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  • Here For:

    Friends, Casual Dating, Networking, Serious Dating

  • Member Since:

    January 12, 2001

  • Sex:

    Male

  • Dating Preference:

    Female

  • Relationship Status:

    Single

  • Education:

    Bachelor's Degree

  • Primary Job:

    Real Estate

  • Location:

    Norfolk, VA

  • Race:

    Black/African American


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Where's My Daddy?

 

I love it when I see you Daddy

I love how you hug me and kiss me

And how you make me smile and laugh

 

I love you, Daddy

And you tell me you love me, too.

Why does mama say you don't?

 

Mama says you don't care about me

And I cry.

Why does she say that?

I think you love me, Daddy

 

Mama took the phone when you called me, Daddy

But I wanted to talk to you

Why did she hang up on you, Daddy?

 

Mama said you hit me

But I don't remember it

But if she said it

Maybe you did.

 

Where are you Daddy?

You say you love me

But mama says you don't

Do you love me, Daddy?

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