brian musonda


'I Am Sorry'


Yeah baby its me again just came around to say sorry........wanted to apologise baby can you please forgive me.......I really wish we can go back to what we where before the best of lovers that is..............I admit I screwed up and that was not the first time........I have always known you deserve someone better.......I look back i see those many times i made you cry......I swear i will not make you cry again and if i do again.........it will be out of joy...........see I will take you to see the grave of my ego.......see I am a changed man now..........and now I see clearly and I see that you are the only thing and everything i have and need in my life..................love of my life you know me better than I know my self.....look how far we made it hey life my not be the same nor we expected it to be but the picture is still worth looking at........I love you so so much and that's no lie..............I know this heart of mine should beat for me to be alive but it beats perfectly when it beats for you.........and these eyes see perfectly when they are looking at you and these ears hear perfectly when they are hearing your voice...........baby i am sorry please forgive me........you complete me and I do need you in my life.

Submitted: Monday, January 06, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 06, 2014

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