Alexander Zabalza Covarrubias


Let Just Be Friends


You told me let just be friends how can we be friends when you ran from me so far now I see you like a red moon
who mess up in this friendship I know I did I fall for you from the beginning now how about you speak your mind my little red rose just tell me go if you did not what to see me or talk to me so I can forget but what does it mean when you say let just e friend and you stop talking to me did you fall for me like I have for you and you did know it or did you mess up and played with me and you won clam your prize and move on my little red rose I forgive you it time for me to move on

Submitted: Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Edited: Thursday, January 16, 2014
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