Allie Nicole

(Kentucky / Leitchfeild, Kentucky)

I Miss You Bestfriend.


Words can't express
how much I miss being your friend
there's a growing hole in my heart
I'm begging you to come back

I'm so over hiding it
who cares what others say
you were my comfort

Now I won't pretend what you did was right
because we both know it was wrong
I don't see why I should chose sides
because I know we all still get along

and no words can't express
how much I miss being your friend
there's a growing hole in my heart
I'm begging you to come back

I know that you cheated
I'm aware that you lied
aren't you still the same person though?
Somewhere deep inside

we can't change what you did
and I don't want to
what you did is who you are
and frankly I like you

Submitted: Monday, October 01, 2012

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