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Lies

Lies Lies Lies
Thats all I heard
Everytime your mouth opens
Another one appears

Why you must lie to me
I will never know
But I know im tired of it
And now you have to go

What do you expect me to say
When you lie right to my face
Whether its big or small
The lies keep on
And now its time to say

Goodbye Goodbye
My lying king
I hope you stop your lying stream
I dont think you will
Because it is your habit
But i cant deal with that kinda habit

You always said you loved me
Was it just a lie
To bad ill never know
Because its time for me to go

All you did was lie to me from the start
It was one lie and then two to cover it up
You kept going on with this pace
Soon enough it was all a lie
And no truth left to embrace

How can you embrace
Something thats not there
You dont know what the truth even is
Because of all the lies

So once again
I say goodbye
Have fun with your lies
To make this easier on me
I just remember how you hurt me
And the words come naturally for to say bye
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Submitted on September 01, 2012

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