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Jonathan Majus

Rookie (05/11/1987 / Queens)

How Many Times


How many times do I have to hurt
How many times do you have to flirt
How many times do I have to suffer
How many times will you make my life tougher
How many times have you lied to my face
How many times Will I fall from grace
How many times until I've had enough
How many times till I falter the rough
How many times until I quit
How many times will you admit
How many times will my heart split
How many times before you commit
How many times will you say you love
How many times will you look above
How many times can I feel the same
How many times will you fill me with shame
How many times will you continue this game
How many times will you utter his name
How many times will you walk out the door
How many times will you want to explore
How many times till my mind grows sore
How many times can you deceive
How many times before I leave
How many times have I been there for you
How many times did we say it was just us two
How many times have we gone through
How many times until you get a clue
How many times have I grabbed your hand
how many times did I Understand
How many times does my heart have to break
how many times does it take.

Submitted: Thursday, June 11, 2009

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