Portia Lane

(California)

Don't Give Up On Love


I'm sorry that I hurt you
I hope I didn't ruin it for her
I hope you let her know you
Let her love you like I should have done

I'm sorry that I hurt you
I'm sorry I didn't take care of your heart
I hope she can help you
Restore the heart I tore apart

You deserved better than what I did
You never deserved my lies
I know you might never forgive
But don't punish her for my crime

You have so much love to offer
You deserve to receive the same back
I'm sorry I wasn't the one
Who could give you a love like that

But don't give up on love
You were meant to love
Don't give up on love
You will find your love

And if you can find it in your heart to forgive me
I beg that you do
If you can't, I understand, but promise me
You won't give up on love
Because it will never give up on you

Submitted: Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, June 27, 2012

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