Scarred Unknown

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Lie to me!


Lie to me
Tell me it’s all ok
Tell me you forgive me
Tell me it’s ok

Lie to me
Tell me it’ll get easier
In only a day
Tell me I’ll forget him
In only a day

Lie to me
Tell me I’ll be fine
Living without him
Tell me I don’t need him
I can breathe without him

Lie to me
Tell me he misses me
That he thinks of me constantly
Tell me he loves me
And he doesn’t care about them

Lie to me
Tell me everything is great
I’m happier than before
Tell me this is what I wanted
And that I’m better off

Lie to me
Tell me I don’t miss him
And that this is just a phase
Tell me I don’t need him
And that I’ll be fine in a day

Lie to me
Tell me this is fine
And normal
Tell me it’ll take no time
That I’ll be fine tomorrow

Lie to me
Tell me it doesn’t hurt
That this pain isn’t him
Tell me I don’t feel anything
That I’m imagining it

Lie to me
Tell me I don’t love him
That it’s just a moment left behind
Tell me I don’t love him
Lie to me

Submitted: Saturday, March 29, 2008
Edited: Friday, May 02, 2008

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