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You

Kimmee Pfleiderer 1990 (Seattle)

I told you everything, let you in made you more than just my best friend. You took for granted the love I had never said anything good always just bad we don’t talk we only fight seems there’s no more good days only bad nights I feel as drifting apart like people often do you said that wouldn’t happen to us guess that wasn’t true never knowing what was coming some thing I expected least can’t come back from this can’t let go you don’t understand me and don’t try just tired of all this can’t take the lights so you forced me to say my goodbyes.
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