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...e dark brown skin, short black hair with red streaks everywhere, and the
light brown eyes. Brock smirked when he noticed that instead of taking
notes on the Civil Rights project, Alden was writing down words on two
separate columns on his sheet of paper, one side each for Marlo and Sharon."I never knew that Marlo and Sharon were connected to the Civil Rights
movement," Brock mused, tossing his paper airplane into the trashcan."What?" Alden said, trying to hide the evidence by slamming his book shut.
"I don't know what you're talking about, dude.""Sure you don't," Brock teased, pulling a sheet of paper from his pocket.Alden looked at his best friend with an annoyed glance, then re-
opened his history book and a fresh sheet of paper. When he stowed the
pictures and other sheet away, quickly so Brock couldn't taunt him again,
he noticed Brock uncrumpling the sheet of paper he previously had in his
jeans pocket."Wonder who wrote these?" Brock asked teasingly. "Whoever wrote this is a
great poet, who's in a lot of heartache. I only read a little bit of the
lyrics so far, but from what I can see, the speaker realizes he was being
stupid in letting this beautiful woman go. Now he thinks it's too late to
make up for past doings.""GIVE ME THAT!" Alden shrieked, yanking the paper from Brock's hand.
"Where the hell did you get that? You'd better not had ...