Emma Jane Rae

Rookie - 43 Points (1988)

Betrayal!


Have you ever felt betrayed?
by those you thought you loved?
it really hurts even more so,
coz they didnt give a stuff,
not for your feelings,
and not for you,
they just long,
to do the dirty on you!
then turn it around,
to make out it's your fault,
that you forced them,
into the arms of another woman,
because they dont want the blame,
they cant handle the shame,
so why do we put up with it?
when thiers so much hurt to hide,
in this lonely heart of yours,
you feel like part of you has died
they play with your life like a game,
but how would they feel,
if we did the same,
turn to another man,
when time gets hard,
then tell them it's thier fault,
for giving you the red card,
why do we take them back,
when they hurt us so much?
is it because we long for their touch?
is it because they think they will change,
will it get better if we turn the page,
the answer is 'NO' and will always be,
he really doesnt care,
and everyone can see,
whos looking in from the outside,
but we cant coz we are too proud,
to admit that we are boken inside,
to admit that they have won!

Submitted: Monday, April 13, 2009

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