Treasure Island

Robbie Squires

(7/10/1993 / Akron, Ohio)

I Don't Need a Woman


I don’t need a woman
She’ll only bring me down
I don’t need a woman
Love is thrown around

I can live on my own
I don’t like it, but I can
I could get a maid
That’s all I need
But my life is so sad
And no one will listen

It’s hard to live in change
When love will act so strange
She won’t get me
I’ll be on my own
She won’t know me
And love will not be shown
A fake love cannot last
Put that phase alone in the past

I don’t need a woman
She’ll only bring me down
I don’t need a woman
Love is thrown around

My bed sleeps empty
And cold at night
A woman will love you
But won’t love you right

As the days fly past
Happy couples will last
But true love is rare
As the days fly past
Happy couples will last
But true love is not here

I don’t need a woman
She’ll only bring me down
I don’t need a woman
Love is thrown around

Submitted: Thursday, February 11, 2010

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  • *_sakura ~daisy_* (2/11/2010 6:59:00 PM)

    You have an interesting point...but always look out...love will hit you at the most unpredictable times..nice write my friend (Report) Reply

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