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Victoria Hughes

Rookie (01/October/1984 / Widnes, Cheshire)

I'll Live On


For you I tried my best to be
The Very best that I could be.
But you turned out to be a fool
A fool that abided by no rule.

You said you wanted me to be there
But then you turned your back so bare
And left me here on my own
To face the day all alone.

You changed so much in just one week
Now I know the truth - you creep!
I'm so glad that I found out now
Still, I gave you my best royal row.

So now you are banished from my life
I no longer desire to be your wife,
It is all over, you are gone
But as for me, well I'll live on.

(C) Victoria Elizabeth Hughes 2005

Submitted: Monday, October 10, 2005

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