Treasure Island

sandy nobody

(midwest, usa)

I'm Moving On


THERE WAS A DAY THAT I THOUGHT
I WANTED YOU
I NEEDED YOU
I HAD TO HAVE YOU
I LOVED YOU

BUT THAT DAY HAS COME
AND GONE
TODAY
IM MOVING ON

YOU USED ME
PLAYED ME
HURT ME

BUT THAT DAY HAS COME
AND GONE
TODAY
IM MOVING ON

YOU GOT WHAT YOU
WANTED FROM ME
THEN PUSHED ME AWAY
THATS ALL OK


BUT THAT DAY HAS COME
AND GONE
TODAY
IM MOVING ON


I LEARNED A LOT FROM YOU
THANK YOU FOR THAT
I BEAR YOU NO ILL FEELINGS

BUT THAT DAY HAS COME
AND GONE
TODAY
IM MOVING ON

Submitted: Friday, May 19, 2006

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