kiki KEYKEY amador

Rookie (may 11,1967 / long beach, california)

gangsta whispher time to say goodby


GANGSTA WHISPHER...TIME TO SAY GOODBY


DEAR NBK MESSAGE
HOW DO U FEEL WHEN U SEE ME STANDING ALONE ALL BY MYSELF

I NEVER THOUGHT ID HAVE ANYONE ELSE

I NEVER HAD TO COMPLAIN I NEVER HAD TO SAY

THAT I NEEDED YOU CAUSE U NEEEDED ME TOO

HOW BAD IS IT

DO U WANT ME TO STAY HERE

OR DO U WANT ME TO BE THERE

I NEVER THOUGHT LIFE WOULD BE SO UNFAIR

IF IT WAS UP TO ME

YOU WOULD SEE

THAT ID RESCUE YOU

CUZ U RESCUED ME

IM NO LONGER CARRYING BOTH OF OUR WEIGHT

IM NOT WAITING FOR MAGICAL FATE

I WONT DO IT ULL HAVE TO UNDERSTAND

I REFUSE TO FALL IN THE HOLE AND FEEL DOWN

NO NEED FOR ME TO BE KICKED AROUND

I WONT TAKE NO MORE FIGHTS NO MORE LIES

ITS TIME FOR ME TO SAY MY GOODBYESSSSSSSSSSSSSS

Submitted: Friday, July 04, 2008

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