Madison Parnell

Rookie (04/20/96 / Alabama)

Just Remember


going out with friends? thats a lie
because you look at every girl that walks by
looking back at me and you know that i see
that you truly aren't the guy for me

kissing on every girl on the block
everytime i turn my head
trying to get their pants unlocked
and always getting them in bed

trying to cover it up with an excuse
but dont you realize that its no use
because inside i know exactly what really went on
i know what happend with her, and i even know beyond

i just want you to know that im gone
and your surly gonna miss this blue eyed blonde
but remember that im never coming back
so im finding the memories that i plan to pack

a legend because you have slept with every girl in town
like i said when you get caught i wont be around
so watch me as i laugh out of our door
ha. because remember when you called ME the whore.

you think you will get over me, well your wrong
you think im gonna cry? ha. well im strong
so go ahead and screw every girl you see
just remember. you wont be screwing me

Submitted: Thursday, May 27, 2010

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