Treasure Island

Abby Mize


I should have listened to God


I should have listened to God
When he said that it would end
I should have listened to God
And been just friends

I should have listened to God
Before it was too late
I should have listened to God
But now I deal with fate

I should have listened to God
That it would break my heart
I should have listened to God
That it would fall apart

I should have listened to God
Because he loves me in everyway
I should have listened to God
And all that he had to say

I should have listened to God
And show what he made me to be
I should have listened to God
But I know he has forgiven me!

Submitted: Monday, June 25, 2012
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Well alot of stuff was going wrong in my relationship, and i knew i should have listened to God, and just followed him instead of putting myself into something i couldnt handle.

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