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Madison Parnell

(04/20/96 / Alabama)

Fallin In Love?


have you ever fallin in love
and thought they didnt care?
have you ever felt like crying
because never again would they be there

have you ever watched them walk away
not wanting them to go?
and whispering 'i love you'
not wanting them to know?

you cried all night
you think you have gone insane
theres nothing in this world like you
that can cause me so much pain

if i could chose you or death
i think id rather die
love is fun but hurts too much
and when you say it, its a lie

so dont fall in love
you will hurt before its through
trust me, i know because
i have fallin in love with you

Submitted: Thursday, May 27, 2010

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