Chizzle Fortune

Rookie (16 April 1990 / Zimbabwe)

I used to be


I used to be the one
I used to be her everything
I used to be her future
I used to be her shoulder
I used to be meaning I am not anymore

I used to be on her mind
I used to be so kind
I used to be the one she would call
I used to be there whenever she would fall
I used to be meaning I am not anymore

I used to be the one you loved
I used to be the one you worried about
I used to be the one you cried for
I used to be an extension of you
I used to be meaning I am not anymore

I used to be yours, now I am nobody's
I used to be your tall dark and handsome
I used to be your pillow
I used to be the one you chose
I used to be meaning I am not anymore

I used to be the one you told 'I'm in love with you'
I used to be meaning I am not anymore

I still love you

Submitted: Sunday, February 15, 2009

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