Treasure Island

Johnathon Kaniarz

(02-13-95 / Milan, Ohio)

Like I said I would


All my life
I was wrong
so now I write
this broken song

I've made mistake's
I have a curse
this pain I feal
is the worse

I cant keep this up
this misery
i have to change
or be left in history

so I put my foot down
and fight this town....
I did right, I did good
i did like i said i would

i wont quit
not right now
not till i
finish my vow

i wont cry
i wont stop
i will make it
to the top

cause....

i did right, i did good
i did like i said i would

Submitted: Thursday, October 27, 2011
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  • Robert Burns (5/9/2012 12:28:00 PM)

    Johnathon, though you didn't know, you were born a man - your actions showed it and
    in the end, even you, knew it. Robert Burns, Portland, Or. (Report) Reply

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