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I Dont Believe You


i know you loved me
once upon a time.
so dont say you never loved me,
i wont believe you
i dont believe you.
i saw that look in your eyes
i felt that soft touch of your hand
i read those words, they come from your heart
so dont say you never cared
i wont believe you
i dont believe you.
you cared when i cried
you cared when you held me tight
you cared about me
so dont say it never happened
dont say you never cared
i wont believe you
i dont believe you.
i didnt imagine the smile on your face
when you saw me coming
i didnt imagine it when you kissed my cheek
and wiped the tears away.
i didnt imagine that feeling inside
the feeling of love, i know it was there.
so dont say i never cared, never loved you
i wont believe you
i dont believe you.
i know it was true
that feeling of you
i loved you as much as you loved me
i cared right from the start,
so dont you deny it.
dont you pretend it never happened
i wont believe you
i dont believe you.
i know it happened
and you do too.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
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