laudine warbus


don't tell me you love me unless u mean it


Don't tell me you love me unless you really mean it,
For a lie that strong can break my fragile heart
And bring on a new fear.
Because then I would be scared to love again
If you ever lied to me like that.
It can cause my fragile heart to break and won’t
Be able to work once again.
Think of all things we did together during the night,
All the good and long conversations we had,
But one broken promise can ruin my life forever
So, when I put all of my trust deep within you
Please don't tell me you love me, unless you truly mean it.
So if you say it say it like you mean it.

Submitted: Monday, June 09, 2008

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