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Nicole Clites

Rookie (California)

I Thought..


I thought I loved you
It felt so strong
I thought I loved you
But I was clearly wrong
I thought I loved you
Or so it appeared
I thought I loved you
But all the feelings disappeared
I thought I loved you
It seemed so right
I thought I loved you
Each kiss and touch was a delight
I thought I loved you
The time went by so fast
I thought I loved you
Sometimes I wished the moment would last
I thought I loved you
With all my heart
I thought I loved you
But the thing we had quickly fell apart.

I thought you loved me
But I was wrong
I thought you loved me
But I guess your feelings for me weren’t strong
I thought you loved me
You got over me pretty fast
I thought you loved me
You probably wished the moments we had wouldn’t last
I thought you loved me
You got to know my best friend
I thought you loved me
You wished my feelings for you would end
I thought you loved me
I was so sad
I thought you loved me
you just kept on getting more mad.

I thought you loved me
And thought our loved for each other was strong
I thought you loved me
But in the end I was clearly wrong.

Submitted: Friday, January 29, 2010
Edited: Friday, January 29, 2010

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