Treasure Island

Becka Rhodes

(8-24-95)

Break ups


You go through break ups
You go through make ups
Once it's final,
You'll always be in denial

Things will get better
Not sayings it won't get worse,
But take my word,
It only gets easier

You want to go
You want to stay
What else should I say?
Other than ok

You hurt me once
I'll give you one more chance
You hurt me twice
It's the end of that dance

You can dance one more time
Hope everything's fine
If it's fate
You know you won't hesitate

It's like a dance floor
You can't give up
Find that true love
I hope you dance,
Baby I hope you dance

Submitted: Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, February 14, 2012
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