Treasure Island

Melody Stargaze

(November 27,1994)

Can You Forgive Me?


I'm a hard headed woman,
With too much fight
I'm sorry

I don't do what I'm told
And I probably should
I'm so sorry.

You know I love you
With all my heart
I'll always stay true

I want to spend
Forever with you
Why do I cause trouble for you?

I'm sorry,
I'm so sorry
Can you forgive me?

It pains me to know
That I cost you greif
I hate that.
You're so perfect for me
And I do this to you
Oh I hate myself.

You know I love you
With all my heart
I'll always stay true

I want to spend
Forever with you
Why do I cause trouble for you?

I'm sorry,
I'm so sorry
Can you forgive me?

You mean the world to me
Austin, I'm so sorry.
I'm just so stubborn.

I'm sorry,
I'm so sorry
Can you forgive me?

Submitted: Friday, November 09, 2012
Edited: Friday, November 09, 2012

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