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Eudora M.A.S.S.A.


Eraser


I want the memory erased
Of all that we used to be
I dont ever want to remember
That saddend side of me.

I never would have wanted to forget
All the love that we shared,
All the memories that we made,
All the times that we cared...

But the memory I remember most
Is the one where you leave
Turning your back on me, and on us
It's the only memory I can see

I can remember all the way back
To when our love amounted to so much
No matter how much I loved you...
It never seemed to be enough.

No time to reconsider
Giving me another second chance
No faith in our love and compassion
No hope for our romance.

You made your choice
And let all we had go.
That's why I want to erase your memory...
And forget all that I know.

Submitted: Thursday, February 28, 2008

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