Treasure Island

Turuz Hautapu

(New Zealand)

How Would I Know


How would I know
You liked me
You didn't give me any signs to see
How would I know
You hated my friends
When after fighting you all made amends
How would I know
You wanted to wait
After all the things you said to your mate
How would I know
You like my hair
When I asked you, you didn't care
How would I know
If you liked my clothes
When you keep looking at hoes
How would I know
You liked my style
When I never saw you smile
How would I know
How to read your mind
That's the real answer I need to find.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, March 06, 2012

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