jackrabbit krjs

Rookie (12-1-94 / Carlsbad, New Mexico)

All I got to say is bye bye

Why would you do that to me
Date her when you just barley dumped me
You only dumped me cause I'm not a push over and didn't let you touch me
I can't beleive I ever called you honey
I hate myself for letting you call me dear
I can't beleive I ever wanted you near
Now you mess around with my friend youve only known for two days
Well fine but when it comes to me you better stay away
I'm full of hatefull rage
You pulled me close then pushed me away
And you think we can still be friends
NO not now when my heart always has to play defense
Out of everyone I know your the last person I would expect to do this
Your so useless
If you try to get back and touch me your gonna be toothless
I'm not use to this
All because you couldn't wait for me
Well I wasn't ready
You kept pushing me but I remained calm and steady
When you were with me the weight on my shoulders was heavy
I'm glad your gone cause I don't have to be affraid that your gonna try
I beleived you were in love with me but that was just a lie
So all I got to say to you is bye bye!

Submitted: Wednesday, August 05, 2009

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