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Matthew Petranovich

Rookie - 30 Points (5/11/93 / Utah)

Chain Of Broken Memories


There's this chain tied to me
A chain of broken memories
memories of love and hate,
memories I can't replace,
memories I would love to change,
so I would no longer feel the pain
of these memories,
broken memories that linger,
linger in my dreams
And they come back right in front of me,
broken memories that I hate,
I just want them out of my face,
broken memories, please get out of my mind
your killing me,
bringing back broken memories,
I want to destroy,
repeating, repeating,
always repeating,
these painful broken memories,
A chain of broken memories
will forever be tied to me.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 04, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, January 04, 2012

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