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She had another




When we met

I swear I was strong

Powerful and confident

As I plodded along



Things were great

We were flying high

Nothing could stop us

Said the look in my eye



Time moved on

and so did she

To another

But she didn't tell me



Secret rendezvous

Through the night

I told myself

Everything's alright



Then every night

She would disappear

And it was lonely

Without her here



Slowly it dawned on me

-what was wrong

She had another

All along



Confronting her

With my love song

She said she cannot-

Carry on



So now she's walking

Out the door

I ask myself

What was it all for?
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