[Poceo Sam Da Ceznem Za Zavicajem; Za Nekim Toplim Krevetom, Ljudimakoje Sam Poznavao, Za Nekim Mirnim Ulicama, Za Nekim Lukama U Kojimaje Voda Ruzicasta Sa Zalaskom Sunca, Za Nekim Devojkama Koje Samostavio Iza Sebe, Na Brzinu, Pakujuci Se Sebicno Za Put. Kako Je Tokurvinsko Osecanje, Ta Ceznja! Ne Nostalgija, Ne Patnja Zbog Togasto Si Nekud Daleko Otisao - To Je Bila Ceznja U Najcistijem Obliku,uvek Sanjas O Necemu DRUGOM.]

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