Rachel BaByBeAr Anderson

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Sammy Im Sorry


sammy im sorry
sorry i didnt agree to being yours sooner
sorry for not telling you i loved you straight away
Sammy im sorry
sorry for causing you alot of pain
sorry for being the reason you couldnt see your daughter
Sammy im sorry
sorry i couldnt believe you when you first said i love you
sorry i made us argue so much over nothing
Sammy im sorry
sorry i was so moody when you wernt around
sorry i missed you so much
Sammy im sorry
sorry i never said goodbye
sorry i never accepted you were dying
Sammy im sorry
sorry i couldnt be by your side when it happened
sorry you had to handle it all on your own
Sammy im sorry
sorry your sisters are alone now
sorry i cant help them
Sammy im sorry
Sorry i cant move on
Sorry i cant do as you asked
Sammy im sorry
sorry im still crazy about you
sorry i cant leave this relationship
Sammy im sorry
Sorry i still love you when you thought it would stop
sorry i cant stop crying
Sammy I love you so much
Sammy im sorry

Submitted: Thursday, March 18, 2010

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