Treasure Island

Gabrielle Johnson

(October 22 1995 / North Wilkesboro)

Believe Me


When i say im sorry
believe me
When i hurt you
know i didnt plan to

When i cry
know its not your fault
when i die
its on me

You never did believe me
not a word i ever said
You made me cry
so i cut my wrists instead

Life is hell
it only brings pain to me
I hate my ways
but now its here for stay

I broke your heart
and you broke mine
now im different
all messed up inside

Im depressed
always thinking down
hurting no matter what
just in peices

you never believed me before
you probaly never will
so please just believe me when i say
Its not cause of you

Submitted: Sunday, October 05, 2008

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