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Jacqueline Louw


I remember


I remember how i fell apart
I remember how you broke my heart
I remember who you used to be baby

I remember what you thought of me
I remember how you set me free
I remember what you said to me baby

Suppose i should be stronger now
How the days feel longer now
Would have thought my tears would've dried by now

He's lying next to me
there where you used to be
Im lying in his arms
he makes me feel so strong
He's what you used to be

I remember all the things you said to me
I remember sitting on my office chair
I remember thinking i was dreaming baby

I remember that your words were slow
I remember thinking no! please no!
I remember thinking i was dying baby

He's lying next to me
there where you used to be
Im lying in his arms
he makes me feel so strong
He's what you used to be

Do you remember me....

Submitted: Thursday, January 22, 2009
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