Treasure Island

Bradley Lester

(18-07-1966 / Western Cape, Cape Town)

I'm so sorry baby girl


I'm so sorry baby, for all the hurt I've caused
I really didnt mean, the things I said to you
I love you oh so much, my aching heart repents
For all the hurt I've caused, please help me make it through

I cannot tell a lie, I really love you so
My tears are full of pain, I feel your hurt inside
Please baby dont let go, please say you still love me
You are my baby girl, my arms are open wide

Please fill me arms with love, so gracious and divine
Oh baby I am lost, without your love so great
You are my bread and water, please always stay by me
I'll love you more each day, I hope I'm not too late

Submitted: Monday, June 01, 2009
Edited: Thursday, June 04, 2009

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