kamryn chew

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flying on false hopes


flying on false hopes


great highs great lows
thats how the feelings go
sweet kisses and i love yous
ive never been so used

i soar high
and back down i go
when you come around
i want you to know
i care but you hurt so bad
when you take my heart
or the one i had

great highs great lows
thats how the feelings go
sweet kisses and i love yous
ive never been so used

i hold my breath
wait for the dive again
make up your mind
maybe take time to find
when you take my heart
thats when it starts

great highs great lows
thats how the feelings go
sweet kisses and i love yous
ive never been so used

we soar up again
im feeling fine
i spread my wings
maybe we'll stay this time
come on give me your heart
because i gave you mine


great highs great lows
thats how the feelings go
sweet kisses and i love yous
ive never been so used (x2)

Submitted: Wednesday, February 06, 2008

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