Treasure Island

Suelynn Walters

(U.S.A.)

I'm Better Off Alone


I sit here all alone tonight
So sad by the very thought
Again you just don't get it
But baby again you were caught
I seen you with her tonight
Tears fell from my eyes
I won't play second fiddle for you
Your just a pack of damn lies
I'm Better Off Alone
You had your arm around her
Yeah just like we use to do
How you both laughed together
But now I know we're through
She leads you where I left off
So sick of all this shit you know
I'm going to forget you forever
Your love was nothing but a show
I'm Better Off Alone

Submitted: Sunday, September 29, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 30, 2013

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