Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Leave You Alone


I want to understand why
I want to understand how to give this a try
I want you to tell me everything
Doesn't matter if it's over the phone or in person
All that matters is that it's your personal version
I got to know in order to love you right
I won't admit feelings for you I want to be more than friends
Whose the friend I saw you with last night

You have been giving little clues
You had someone else all over you
You do not know how much it hurts so bad
All we have is the past lets rewrite our history
to revive what you and I, together, once had
I want to know when i see you, its not in vain
At times you'll celebrate your love for me
unsure sometimes unanswered questions still remain

See, baby, you
you're all that I need
couple times a few
it was never guaranteed
tried to stay away
Just can't leave you alone
each and everyday
entered a danger zone

Submitted: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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