I Want To Erase You Quotes

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I Want To Erase You Quotes By Mick Jagger: The past is a great place and I The past is a great place and I don't want to erase it or to regret it, but I don't want to be its prisoner either. — Mick Jagger
I Want To Erase You Quotes By Richelle E. Goodrich: Your face is engraved in my mind. I Your face is engraved in my mind. I can't erase it. I don't want to. Because as much as I hate you, I love you. And I love you unforgettably. — Richelle E. Goodrich
I Want To Erase You Quotes By Magica Quartet: Madoka: I want to erase the tears of Madoka: I want to erase the tears of all those who trusted in hope. I want them to be left with a smile on their faces. — Magica Quartet
I Want To Erase You Quotes By Staceyann Chin: I am too many flavors for one f***ing I am too many flavors for one f***ing spoon.
I want to erase the lines so I can be me.
If we do not speak, who will? — Staceyann Chin
I Want To Erase You Quotes By Amy Hatvany: I want to rewind the clock, take back I want to rewind the clock, take back the night when the world shattered. I want to erase everything that went wrong. — Amy Hatvany
I Want To Erase You Quotes By Heidi McLaughlin: Her tear-streaked face is beautiful. I want to Her tear-streaked face is beautiful. I want to wipe away her tears. I want to take the last ten years and erase them. I want to start over. — Heidi McLaughlin
I Want To Erase You Quotes By Charlaine Harris: That was an idea I didn't want to That was an idea I didn't want to have. But you can't erase a thought; once you've had it, it's there to stay. — Charlaine Harris
I Want To Erase You Quotes By Heidi McLaughlin: I want to wipe away her tears. I I want to wipe away her tears. I want to take the last ten years and erase them. — Heidi McLaughlin
I Want To Erase You Quotes By Crescent Dragonwagon: I like to erase lines between categories. Why I like to erase lines between categories. Why separate cookbook writing from writing, healthy from good tasting? I want to be open to possibilities. — Crescent Dragonwagon