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Sanjay K John


Sorry to my life


so sorry so sorry my life, without any reason I hurt you,
your tears made my heart cry,
what I did in my life, I don't know.
forgive me! so sorry so sorry my life

so sorry so sorry my life, I scolded myself without any reason,
your trouble made my heart to think,
my brutal heart suspects you for nothing,
forgive me! so sorry so sorry my life

so sorry so sorry my life, I didn't mean to hurt myself,
when you cry then I cry more than you my life,
because I want you all my heart and soul,
forgive me! so sorry so sorry my life

so sorry so sorry my life, I told you that I would never hurt you again,
but again I made your tears flow once more from myself.
now I promise you that I will not ache you again.
forgive me! so sorry so sorry my life.....

Submitted: Saturday, August 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 26, 2013

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