Treasure Island

Liz Gellur

(December 25 1997 / England)

I Can't Trust You Anymore


We both now I can't trust you
You're the one who won't listen
I told you not to do it but you still did
Now I'm broken

You said you don't care
So why are you saying sorry
This fight's going no where
But I don't care

If you have the right to be like that
Then so have I
You wouldn't know coz you're too stubborn
I don't know why

I can't trust you
Because you wouldn't even listen
You don't know what's right and wrong
You never do
You only listen to your self

I'm not gonna warn you again
Because I already did
Lots of time
Now you have to choose
Coz I'm not gonna care anymore
Had enough of that
Because I can't trust you anymore

Submitted: Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, October 15, 2008

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