angeline snowboy


How you really mean to me, , 3


Sister i know you've been sad,
When i was mad
Sister i know you've been happy
When i knew you were faking a smile
Sister i know you've been glad
When i knew there was something wrong

I asked you if something was wrong
But you said no everything is fine
I asked you if you needed me
But you said no i have someone else
I asked you if you needed my help
But you said no i've got it

Sister i know i don't tell you everything
When everything went wrong
Sister you mean the world to me
When i really meant it
Sister you were there for me
When i needed you the most
Sister friends cant solve everything
When you were ready to ask me what was wrong

I know i'm not always there
But when i talk to you, you always tell me what i missed
I know i'm not happy that much anymore
But when im with you makes my day shine
I know i'm mad when you push me, slap me, hit me,
But i'll never say i hate you
When i really truley do love you

Sister i really love you
Sister you know thats true
Sister you mean the world to me
Sister just to let you know that im always here for you<3

so to let you know how you really mean to me <3

Submitted: Monday, May 26, 2008
Edited: Friday, May 30, 2008

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