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She who hurts



15 years to be exact should it be
As important as can be she was to me
There's many needles had I touch & see
What hurts me the most it was she

Bed of roses was everyone's fantasy
Gain that and lose your friends and family
To me that shall never be
Go ahead I say if that makes you happy

All those around you had you hurt
Just to gain that legendary white bird
But still you hurt, you hurt and you hurt
We hated you do you know you damn dirt

If this is spoken then its as clear as the sky
You have lost us as a friend to rely
Don't need to explain, no need to reply
Coz all that you had spoken we consider as lie
The magic of friendship has gone so goodbye
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Submitted by equilibrium on January 03, 2013

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