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    Smile YOu were on my mind all morning,

    YOu were on mind all morning, so I decided to call you.


    Does the above suggest "I was worried about you all morning" or "I was thinking about you all morning?" Thanks.

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    Re: YOu were on my mind all morning,

    Could be either.
    edward

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    YOu were on mind all morning, so I decided to call you.


    Does the above suggest "I was worried about you all morning" or "I was thinking about you all morning?" Thanks.

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    Re: YOu were on my mind all morning,

    Thanks, Edward.

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