Hold Me

In Hold Me, CINDY complains to her man about how he doesn’t hug her anymore when they go to sleep at night.

CINDY:  You don’t hug me anymore like you used to, like in the beginning of our relationship.  Why is that?  I like feeling your arms wrapped around me, hugging me and holding me.  I love being in your den.  Don’t stop doing that and saying that it’s because you can’t sleep that way because we would go to bed like that all of the time.  Lately, I don’t know, you don’t seem to hug me as much.  (beat)  I want to be close to you at night.  I like feeling your body next to mine.  Can you hold me more often, please?

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