Tifa Hsieh


Letting U Go


Letting U Go

It torn my heart apart

for letting u go

After all we did

All the fun we used to have

It hurts so much inside

for letting u go

Chorus:

I cry so much for not

being with u

Letting u go hurts me

so much inside

Now It passing like my

generation

Every time when I see

u

I was happy to see

u

When u are gone

I was depressed

Letting u go

so hard to get through

Chorus:

I cry so much for not

being with u

Letting u go hurts me

so much inside

Now It passing like my

generation

All memories we used to have

are gone

Cause I am letting u go

After all we have all this years

we had been together

It broke my heart

into pieces.

Chorus:

I cry so much for not

being with u

Letting u go hurts me

so much inside

Now It passing like my

generation

So hard to put pieces back

together

So hard to get through this

all alone

Letting u go are hard to do

so I gonna let u go with all my

heart

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2008
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