Marcquiese Burrell

Rookie - 164 Points (2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Attracts The Wrong Kind of Lover

If there is any evidence of you being
susceptible to self-destruct
Than I have to leave you, Just let you go
It is a potentially bad situation
No kind of jealousy is healthy in any relationship
But you take it to another level
as you test my loyalty about every hour we're apart
Do I give you any reason to doubt the way I feel?
Does it make you feel good to want control?
As I try and figure you out.
Don't cry when you can't get your way,
Or Call my phone as if you can't spend
a moment without speaking to me
Are you in need of constant attention?
Arriving home you question where I have been
I look at another other than you,
and you ask if I would like to lay down with them
You seem to be somekind of paranoid
All of this tells me one thing, leave you alone, Just let you go
Because it is a potentially harmful situation
and I don't want part in it, Your not what I'm looking for
I'm in need of real woman, One who won't drive me out of my mind

Submitted: Wednesday, September 17, 2008
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