Katherine Sessor

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Goodbye, Goodbye


Goodbye, goodbye to the memories
Goodbye, goodbye to the guy I knew
Goodbye. goodbye to who we were
Goodbye, goodbye to your false truths

I tire of the way you treated me!
I hate how you still can pretend!
I despise the lies you make others believe!
I loathe the selfishness you'll never end.

Goodbye, goodbye to our broken friendship
Goodbye, goodbye to the hidden pain
Goodbye, goodbye to all the smiles
Goodbye, goodbye to the years we gain

I shall not care for who you are
I refuse to let you bring me down
I will never remember you from afar
I promise to not let you make me frown

Goodbye, goodbye to what you knew
Goodbye, goodbye to the chance that was your last
Goodbye, goodbye to the girl who called you friend
Goodbye, goodbye to everything from your past

Goodbye, goodbye....forever goodbye!

Submitted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Edited: Sunday, September 18, 2011

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