I lost my way when I went to town alone
I realized all the horrible things I've done
To you. I thought I find someone just like your clone
Again. But I end up lost with no one to call my own
I've realized I'm alone trying to find the way,
I lost myself, when you went away.
I searched, but couldn't find my way.
I may never get home again.
I kept a vigil trying to let bygone be bygone,
But could not forget the things you won't condone.
Though I tried very hard to atone,
Yet In your heart, I you dethrone.
I take back those words I said.
It hurts to know your heart I mislaid.
Please do not let my entire plea gainsaid.
Don't let the cord that us bind unbraid.
Let us return to where we went our ways.
Retrace our steps to our special doorway.
Though we might have gone faraway
Apart, May all our mistakes fadeaway
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