Please Help Me Hate You
I am sitting here in silence
Wishing for your presence
Can you love me again?
Or will it just be another den?
You just seem to be so fine
Do you ever feel my pain?
Everything you do shines in line
My loss seems to be your gain
My head screams out your name
And my mind cries out the same
My eyes won’t see a thing
And my heart made you the king
How can I reclaim my control?
You took everything away
Not sparing even my soul
I became your loving prey
But then how can I blame?
When everything was a game
Your plan was precise and clear
And I was the tamed ear
Believing your every word
Striking deeply inside my heart
I love you was your codeword
Never thought of being hurt
Can you please make me hate you?
Will you please help me hate you?
I just want to hate you for awhile
Because I will never stand at the aisle
At least not with you by my side
And loving you feels like a crime
Will I ever get over you?
Will you help me get over you?
They say I deserve more
But it is only you I still adore
Am I wrong to still love you?
Or you just don’t have any clue?
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