Our grammar

magnetic-words

 

You and me

is not grammatically correct

strictly speaking.

You and I is right

but you don’t play by these rules,

I know.

 

Back to you and me

(could we?)

and our grammar:

clearly

me is not the same

as I

as in I love you

as in you made me cry.

I (try)

me-me-me is much more musical a sound,

the ‘m’ of missing

you

stay the same,

in grammar or in fact,

regardless of me

or whatever I might say.

I know.

 

But

if you were to look at me

once more,

I would gladly stand aside

and let you

bring me forward.

Me and you

is right.

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