Treasure Island

kanako izumkui


Forgive me


forgive me,
i am sorry i'm not the one you thought i was

forgive me,

i am sorry i'm not pretty enough

forgive me,

i am sorry i'm not famous

forgive me,

i am sorry i dont cook so well

forgive me,

i am sorry i speak my mind

forgive me,

i am sorry i tell truth

forgive me,

i am sorry i dont like sushi

forgive me,

i am sorry for being me

forgive me but i really dont care what you think anymore

you cannot judge me for who i am
and you cannot judge anyone else ethier.

you said:
your not pretty enough
your not being yourself
your not right
your to truthful
your to loving
your to you....

you know what i hope you like your new gf
and i hope shes everything you want.....

i am sorry but this is goodbye

forgive me,
you'll be outta my head,
you'll be outta my heart,

Submitted: Friday, July 04, 2008
Edited: Friday, April 10, 2009

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