Broken Hearts


*Goodbye to Pain and Lies*


I have to say goodbye
To you and your lies
I have to get rid of you
And the pain you bring
I am sorry
I have to do this for me
I love you so much
And always will
But there is just one thing
That you don’t get
And it is me
I thought you did
But today showed me different
You made up rumors
And told lies
And spread them all around
You don’t know
How much you hurt me
Can’t you see you broke my heart?
There was so little left
And you broke it even more
You promise not to ever leave
But you left me here
All alone on this cold ground
There is only darkness
Don’t even try to come back
Because there is no way
I will let you back in to my heart
So here is my last goodbye
To you
And this pain you bring
I might be leaving with a broken heart
But I am being set free
Goodbye to you
Goodbye to the pain and lies
Goodbye to broken promises and rumors
Goodbye

Submitted: Wednesday, February 25, 2009

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