Julie Dworkis


Goodbye


Remember the time that I walked by
Remember the way you made me cry
Remember the way we held our hands
Remember the sweet things if you can
Remember the good times they went so fast
Forget them now there in the past
Remember you said, ” I’ll leave you never'
Forget me now I'm gone forever
I Love you babe Good Bye

Submitted: Friday, November 07, 2008

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