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Madison Parnell

Rookie (04/20/96 / Alabama)

Fell For Another Lie


blind from the outside
blind from your state of mind
blind from the lies
blind from what i felt inside
blind of our past
blind as great times passed
blind from sadness
blind of all madness
blind from what i didnt want
blind of every taunt
blind of things i couldnt see
blind of the other side of me
blind from the real you
blind of things you would do
blind from everything in sight
blind of who all you would hold tight
blind forever not
blind and will soon be forgot
blind but now i see
blind no longer because i see what you have done to me
see how i wasnt the only one
see that you have only begun
see what the world is really like
see what people call new heights
see who you actully were
see that you were really with her
see that all these were lies
see that i saw you in a disguise
see who i really am inside
see you cant take away my pride
see that another word for it was protection
see you only showed me a selection
see there was really no reason to cry
see that i just fell for another lie

Submitted: Thursday, May 27, 2010

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