Treasure Island

Racheal Lequeth


But, still my dear I wasn't enough for you


Dear my love
Wasn't I enough
Wasn't I tough

I stood by you when you were mad
I stood by you when you were sad
But, still my dear I wasn't enough for you

I tried to make you happy
My love was plain and true
But, still my dear I wasn't enough for you

You left me for another
I don't know why I bother
I'm still in love with you
But, still my dear I wasn't enough for you

Your tore my heart to pieces
But what is it to you
You left me for another
And I'm still in love with you

I will cry for you my love
Not a tear for me
I will love you forever
But, still my dear I wasn't enough for you

Submitted: Wednesday, November 04, 2009

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