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l regret lt



l regret lt
By ggink on 01/20/2011
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lf l had one wish

lt would be to erase what

I''ve done

Remove the dirt from my life

in which l considered was having

Fun

I''m embarrassed
Ashamed of my actions

You never did me wrong

And l took that for granted

With a passion

Night after night
Lie after lie
Still

You stayed by my side

No matter what you was here to ride

Besides the way l drive

You loved everything about me

selfish at the time l knew everything

Was about me

So l acted.....
in a disrespectful fashion

Knowing you would never leave me

That would take something tragic

Then lt happen...
Someone opened your eyes
pulled you from the lies
And showed you things you should despise

lt made me cry.....

You and that other guy

lt wasn''t seeing yall together

but your chemistry and

Vibe

He made you happy

That''s what brought tears to my eye

You finally found your guy

He did something l wouldn''t try

And I regret it
Every last second
if l could walk backwards I''ll into time
I''ll take that journey no question

But you moved on...

To something l hope stays strong

its true you don''t know what you

Had until its gone

© By ggink On 1/20/2011 7:19:40 PM
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