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“The Truth”




I warned you to get back, you did not listen to what I said
And know look at my Fumming temper reach it's peak,
Steam rolling from my ears as you push me to my peak,
Your promises are nothing just words that you speak from
Your big d*mn mouth, did you even mean a single word you said
Or was that just all game and talk.
All those promises you spoke, all those d*mn words where
Said in vain as you betrayed me even to my face,
I can not trust a single word you say, you played me like a violin thinking
I would have pitty thinking I would just forgive you for what you where doing,
Guess the real truth is you had me f*ck*d up with some other n*gg*r thinking
I was just a user when I told you how much I loved you and that it
Was really hard all these years to not talk to you,
Finally we spoke and all these promises came out it all sounded real
Good guess I should have seen the fakeness of your character call me stupid,
But it was not me or backed away and did the wrong it was not me who
Decided to walk away from what we have, all these lies and running of your d*mn mouth is
Nothing to me know,
I warn you it is best to stay the f*ck away, before I do something I regret.
I do love you with all my heart, but you played to much and let the secrets get out,
It is best if I just walk away this hurts to much to stick around.
I am done with this little circle it is for my life to walk away or else
I will live in regret of my actions
Peace
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Submitted on July 17, 2012

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