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Emma Woods

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Don't Lose Yourself


F**k the lies you spoke to me
F**k them all to hell
Damn the ties you promised me
Damn the s**t you stirred
Damn the sex we never had
The nights I spent alone
Go and f**k another slag
You could never really devote
You make yourself the f**ked up whore
The b**ch who never sleeps
When really all you want is torn
It's in the tears you weep
You waste your money on crack and weed
You sell yourself all the time
Will you ever take time more seriously
And wish for a better life

Wednesday 12th - Thursday 13th November 2008

Submitted: Thursday, December 04, 2008
Edited: Thursday, December 11, 2008

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