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Diane and Patsy Tito met at age ten, they fell in love, fought for each others love years. They would play the rain snow were dirty street with no shoes, but one thing had was their other. His mom moved to other side of state. dad didnt like all. tried keep them apart, nothing work. He come see her every summer. sing a mariachi win heart. She break his heart stab him, joy not let two rest peace. cry him fight whom he pick end?
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