Petra Soliman

Rookie (April,10,1991)

I'm Sorry


Sweet heart lover, i'm sorry,
I can't be the one for you,
And I know i've caused you alot of pain,
I might of gave you a tiny bit of happiness,
But I know that will never count,
I've been in you're shoes many times ago,
That is the reason why I can't be in love.

I don't believe in love the way normal people do..
All I ever want you to know is that you deserve so much better,
And no words could describe all the happiness inside me,
When I look into your loving and caring eyes,
And the warmth of your touch,
The soft melody in your voice,
Lover, this is my loss, I simply don't deserve you,
I'm not saying this to keep you by my side,
I'm saying it to make you leave me and find a perfect girl.

I'm sorry this relationship had turned out such a failure twice,
But I hoped you would see how much more you deserve first time,
And I guess it couldn't be done that way, and it had become twice,
There's nothing that i've done for you as much as what you've done for me,
I would freeze out in the cold just to see you happy with someone else,
I love you, but not from my heart...I'm sorry.

Submitted: Sunday, December 23, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, May 03, 2011

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