Raspberries Picked by a Teenage Girl

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Submitted: September 23, 2017

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Raspberries Picked by a Teenage Girl

By

Ahmad El Hefny

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Samantha is a young and aspiring songwriter who plans to one day scout the countryside selling people not cookies but peace and love through the transcendent art form that is music, that hybrid of poetry and physical human motion locked together into a shamanistic experience that heightens the surrealism of peoples’ surroundings and proceeds to softly drop them back into the ground no matter how harsh the landing seemed.

 Being a fourteen year old, understand that originality has not yet developed on  her part, so her next best alternative is the casual one as much as everybody else’s; rip off a song and drown in your happiness of the fact that you have a new piece in the collection. This time it was a cover of Go All the Way, in which she changed the point of view of the song into the protagonist’s love interest. In general reflection, it is an improvement over the last song, which was a rip-off of Come and Get Your Love. That only thing she changed in that was the title; I Lost My Girlish Laughter.

You never knew it could be, till I kissed you and said

“Baby, please, go all the way.”

“It’s all right, being with you tonight.”

“Please, go all the way. Just hold me close.”

“Don’t ever let me go.”

You couldn’t say what you wanted to say, till I whispered “I love you.”

Baby, please go all the way.

It’s all right, being with you here tonight.

Please, go all the way. Just hold me close.

Don’t ever let me go.

I was cruel and mean.

Now I’ve changed, and I feel so strange.

I’ve come alive, and it’s being surreal.

And I said “Come on, come on,”

I need you…

Come on!

I love you.

Come on!

Please, go all the way.

It’s all right, being with you here tonight.

Don’t ever let me go.

Please, go all the way, just hold me close.

Don’t ever let me go.

In general reflection, it is an improvement over the last song, which was a rip-off of Come and Get Your Love. That only thing she changed in that was the title to I Lost My Girlish Laughter.


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