Marcquiese Burrell

Rookie - 123 Points (2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Ain't It Funny (II)


funny how things are now
when I'm no longer around
cried your eyes out wanting me back
you'd fantasize that i'd get caught in your hype
i failed to tell you, you're not my type
nowadays I just laugh
after thinking of our aftermath


It's been awhile since i talked with you
Now you're telling me you want my time
All of a sudden now I'm on your mind
I never thought of you enough to stay
Gotten fed up with the games you've played
You don't love me, you don't feel a thing
You only want me because my mind has changed


I remembered when I walked away
You've gotten weiry, asked me if I were okay
I'm going to need your mind to comprehend
I'm never coming back to you again
On many accounts you've done me wrong
Go head and hurt because I'm long gone
Your lonely heart now feels the burn
Take this one as your lesson learned


I really wished you've never texted my phone
Flirting with me trying to set the tone
try to bait me, try to lure me in
you're no good, you're like a deadly sin
when will you realize that we are through?
I call it quits, you should've too
Don't want to hear, speak or see you
Got me laughing you're a silly fool

Submitted: Thursday, December 22, 2011
Edited: Sunday, August 19, 2012
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