Treasure Island

Amanda Benoit

(Jan 22,1993 / Germany)

I'm sorry


I’m sorry for liking you

I’m sorry I’m mean

I’m sorry I can’t be very Kean

I’m sorry that you bought my lies

I’m sorry that I fought for your love

I’m sorry that i lose my phone

I’m sorry that you can’t put up with my tone

I’m sorry you are here

I’m Sorry you aren’t there

I’m sorry that you hate me

I’m sorry that I hate me

I’m sorry you never want to date me

I’m sorry I curse

I’m sorry that I can’t think

of anything to rhyme in this verse

I’m sorry for the world being round

I’m sorry that I fell to the ground

I’m sorry that I’m alive

I’m sorry that i don’t believe in god

I’m sorry that I love my dog

I’m sorry if I sound so sad

I’m sorry cuz that would be very bad

I’m sorry you have pitty

I’m sorry that you will read

I’m sorry that I took no heed

I’m sorry that you have to hear

I’m sorry that I hold you near

I’m sorry I lie

I’m sorry I cry

I’m sorry I want to die

I’m sorry That I Sigh

I’m sorry you think I’m weird

I’m sorry that I said your name

I’m sorry that I sound so lame

I’m sorry i love you

I’m sorry I shove you

I’m sorry becuase nothing rhymes with Cj

I’m just sorry

Please forgive me

Submitted: Tuesday, February 03, 2009

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