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the really right wrong man

the really right wrong man
By caccon on 09/12/2005
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My love is the purest
It is unconditional and unrivaled
Nothing can compare
Nothing can parish it away.

My love is so pure
My love is so great
My love is so wonderful
That I had to hurt you.

It was so full of meaning
That I had to make it meaningless
I would have died just to give it to you
So I had to take it away
All I wanted was to love you
So I decided to hurt you.

I loved you so much
That I didn't love you at all
I wanted to do everything perfect
So I ruined everything
Caressing you was my fantasy
And I ended up hitting you
My goal was for you to love me
And this is why you now hate me.

My love was the greatest love of all
But I decided to throw it away
I wanted to take care of you
But instead I just let you down
I wanted to be the right man for you
But instead you want me to stay away from you.

Can a man be the right man
And do all the wrong things?
Can a man trully love you
And not make you feel loved?
can a man's intention be to do well
When all he does is hurt you?

The answer is yes.
I know
I did it
I loved her so much
But I never showed her my love.
Cacoon is my name
Cause like an empty shell
I search for my love
The love I didn't love at all

© By caccon On 9/12/2005 3:42:33 PM
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