Treasure Island

sandy nobody

(midwest, usa)

I'm Sorry


IM SORRY I HURT YOU, WASNT MY INTENTION
ALL I WANTED WAS YOUR ATTENTION

WE BOTH SAID MEAN AND HURTFUL THINGS
IM SORRY FOR WHAT RELIEF THAT BRINGS

I KNOW SAYING IM SORRY WONT DO
ILL NEVER BE GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU

YOU WERE RIGHT
ABOUT NOT WANTING TO FIGHT

CAUSE IM ALWAYS WRONG
AND YOUR ALWAYS RIGHT

ALL IT DOES IS MAKE ONE OF US MAD
AND THE OTHER ONE SAD

SO ITS BETTER FOR YOU THAT I GO
CAUSE ALL I AM TO YOU IS A HO

IM SORRY FOR EVERYTHING IV SAID
OH.. HOW I WISH I WAS DEAD

IM SORRY, I LOVED YOU
IM SORRY, I TRUSTED YOU
IM SORRY, I BELIEVED YOU
IM SORRY, I WANTED YOU

BUT YOU KNOW WHAT IM SORRY MOST FOR

YOU

Submitted: Tuesday, May 16, 2006
Edited: Monday, July 26, 2010

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