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Emma Jane Rae

Rookie - 33 Points (1988)


Things were so good at the start,
then you changed,
didnt act so smart,
you didnt let me breathe,
let me have my space,
always there,
up on my face,
then the lies came,
the green eyed monster raised its ugly head,
along with all the nasty hurtful things you said,
where were you?
when i needed you most?
you radically changed,
your more like a ghost,
the ghost of who you were,
you tried to change me,
but this is who i am,
cant you see what you do to me? - God damn,
so change your ways,
or you will loose me for good,
do you want that?
i dont think you would,
people tell me to leave you,
but i believe in second chances,
if you wana keep me boy,
you need to make some changes!

Submitted: Saturday, March 07, 2009

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