Treasure Island

Laura Green


Sad Sad Day


It's a sad sad day
When the lights go dim
It's a sad sad day
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  • Rees Millstead (10/7/2013 7:45:00 AM)

    The day you left me
    All alone
    Was the day i snapped
    And broke the phone
    I dont know how to
    Deal with the pain
    You left embedded
    Inside my brain
    It burns with hate
    A hate so true
    I never thought
    Id aim at you
    But here I stand
    No pain no more
    I left my heart
    Down on the floor
    True loves a lie
    And now I see
    Theres no one in this world for me
    I accept it now
    So ill move on
    Dont think ill forget
    How you done me wrong
    A time will come
    When you need me
    Thats the time when we shall see
    If you can pay
    For what you done
    We can go back
    To having fun
    Pay for your sin
    And selfishness to
    A debt like that
    Means I die with you.

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