STEPHANIE MCGRATH


I am sorry


I am sorry that we are just drifting apart
I am sorry that I ever let u have my heart
I am sorry I can’t be who you want me to be
I am sorry we can't be together, you and me


I am sorry for everything I did wrong
I am sorry for making you feel we belong
I am sorry for ever taking such a risk
I am sorry for us ending up like this

I am sorry for all the days and nights we shared
I am sorry for letting myself even dare to care
I am sorry for all the times you left me scared
I am sorry for always trying to be there

I am sorry for not wanting to let you go
I am sorry for more than you’ll ever know
I am sorry for all the things that had to change
I am sorry but in each others lives are we over this stage?

Submitted: Monday, July 21, 2008
Edited: Monday, July 21, 2008

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