rebekka bear

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Do You Love Me?

Do you love me
do you love you
do you know me
do I you no you
what do you see when you look at me
what do I see when look at you
can you see my pain and secret thoughts I hide
do u see my pain down deep inside
when I look at you I see your pain
I see your secret thoughts
I see all the pain you try to hide way down deep inside
why would you hide your pain from me
I can see your in pain when you say someone’s name in vain
do you know how it feels to feel the pain of another
it hurts you inside
its another secret you have to hide
I hope you see my pain
when I say your name in vain
how can I hide my pain so no one knows
but maybe your one of those
one of the ones who can see my pain
someone who loves me
so how could you hide your pain from me
why should I hide my pain from you
do you see my pain
do I see your pain when we say the names in vain
do you love me
I need to know
because I love you so! !

Submitted: Monday, July 18, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, July 19, 2011

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