Treasure Island

enjy yaken

(4/01/1988 / Cairo)

I'm sorry


i'm sorry that i missed you
i'm sorry that i loved you
i'm sorry that i kissed you

i'm sorry that i'm so alone
i'm sorry that i'm on my own

i'm sorry that i trusted that i wanted that i needed

i don't want you anymore
i don't want you to be my man
i don't want you anymore
i don't want to see you again

i needed someone that misses me everyday
that kisses me all the time
that hugs me n says 'i'm glad you're mine'
i needed someone that knows how to hug
how to love how to touch
i needed someone that makes me feel secure
that knows how to close the door how to calm the war

but you never knew how
to stop me, to catch me to shut my mouth before i say
i'm sorry that i missed you
i'm sorry that i loved you
i'm sorry that i kissed you

Submitted: Friday, November 14, 2008
Edited: Friday, November 14, 2008

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