Karley Kay (6/22 / Found My Relief)
Choose: Your Addiction Or Me?
Now that your addicted to this we need to end it
Because its going way too far, your time that’s spent
You need to just come back to me, because we can fix this
Instead of causing space between us, we can mend it...
You glance at me, almost afraid to speak
To admit you have a problem because you don’t see it like I do
But it's tearing us apart, pushing me farther away
Please come back to me, make it like it was
I feel like I'm losing u
And I have problems & pain
Help me help u & we'll both make it through
While u think about this
Just remember that u have me
And I’ll always be there for you
Don’t want to keep being pushed away
As your addiction becomes more important than me
This addiction has to end now or else I will go
Can't keep ignoring the signs of this
It hurts me to see you this way, battling this addiction
You can't do it alone, but you wont let me help
You say you don’t have a problem, but I know differently
What should I do? Follow my heart? Or do what my mind tells me to?
Look into the mirror
The one that holds your future
And tell me what you see
Am I standing there happily with you?
Or are you alone and without me
Why can’t u just realize
That there’s a serious problem going on
And that you’re putting our love at stake
That I’m giving u a chance to make the right decision
Before you’re left with tears...a blurry vision
Don’t you see how much I’m willing to help you?
How willing I am to stand there beside you
But if this problem stays, then I must go
There isn't room enough for two of us.
The time has come for you to choose
A girl who loves you with everything and would do anything for you
Or an addiction that will just destroy you?
Choose now, or I may have to leave forever......
Karley Kay And Iron Panda 23
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