Treasure Island

LvCkii CharmSs


I dont Need This From you


wat they think about love is definetly wrong they just think
kissin good will do all the work but it wont
such a dumb
silly boy
u had to walk me home
u had to call me when im alone u had to hug me so i couldnt be cold
silly boy
ur just wasting ma time
playing with my heart
u dont supposed to like me cuz ur such a player and im just an innocent girl
ull stop talkin 2 me
i noe exactly how it works
silly boy
u wont be able to be happy if u still being like that
cuz i say so just cuz of that
dont even ask why
u already know the answer for that
i thought u were way different
even thought u promised me to change

Submitted: Thursday, March 06, 2008
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