I wish I would always be with you
But I don’t know if you wish that too
I don’t know what you wish anymore
Or maybe it’s her you wish for
Why, why her? Why not me?
What, did you think that our relationship was never meant to be?
I have always been there for you
But it seems like you never knew
I have loved you like I have never loved someone else before
So tell me… do you love me or do you love her more?
What have I done wrong for you to do this to me?
I’ve always been the person you’ve wanted me to be
Love is a word that connects two people together in one knot
You’ve always said that to me but I guess you forgot
You always said that this knot was attached between me and you
But now I realize that whatever you said to me was never really true.
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