Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Admit The Truth


Is there something you ain't telling me?
I feel it in my soul, something's wrong
Than lost sleep some nights
Why you have to drag me along?
Don't you know it just isn't right
When did we ever lose the love we once shared
Understand your actions caused immense pain
Chances seem so slim, but, I still care
When breakup is the only choice, because, I see there is nothing to gain
When It comes close to the end
You start thinking about the beginning
I miss them conversations
God, how I wish we could get it back
You have the answers that I'm seeking
Please don't hesitate to tell me
I want, Want to leave you
Just can't, cause I love you
Don't want to let go
Don't ever want to lose you baby
Nothing will ever come of this
I have reached a point in my life
Where I decided to let you go

Submitted: Wednesday, September 17, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, January 20, 2009
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