How much I love you?
I think you're my ________ to believe in.
"I was looking for ___ in the f*** you're talking too" - Ghost
The first Oasis song I sent you that isn't "Wonderwall" & probably the last :)
The first song written, composed & performed by Adrian Jacob Barksdale about Kylie Ann Rowlett.
The self-given stage name/persona/alter-ego that is often perceived as hot-headed & fast spoken.
The stage persona, ladies man, rock star and guitar god himself.
Adrian Barksdale's former band before he was inspired by recovery and revelation in the year 2022 and went solo bringing him more happiness and success than ever imagined to him, his wife, and his countless fans.
The first outing you took me on out of town.
The man who I have always (and probably always will) proudly declare is my husband despite our lack of introduction entirely.
The song heard blaring from an approaching vehicle in downtown Philly that I've dedicated to you on more than one occasion and you me at least once. (hint: features drake my husband)
"...but you're a lot to lose for a _______."- Kyro
First artist we covered together.
Your tattoo reads ____.
Our daughter (Shhhh)
Our You tube Series
Our shared hometown.
Your best firend when I met you.
They're eating babies in H________.
The city we resided in when we lived in the cozy cardboard box.
First restaurant we met up at. hint: you were waiting on the arrival of your girlfriend at the time. 23) Hotdogs, The first food that you told me was your favorite.
Kyro & ShowTime's first ever, released, musical collaboration.
This was one of your favorite performance venue's before it was tragically torn down this year.
This was the name of the radio station you initially interviewed me for looking fine as hell.
The first ever Barksdale family outting I got to attend. hint: I recieved the invitation to this event as a Christmas gift in the December of 2020 from Eli and Caitlin.
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