Dottie Circeo

Rookie (November 7,1986 / Boston)

Love Gone Wrong!


If tomorrow never comes
Would you be there for me?
If tomorrow never comes
Would you remember my name?

Does it now come to mind
That I was the reason?
Does it now come to mind
That I always loved you?

Or do you see now
That I always cared?
Or do you see now
That you never cared?
Or do you see now
That you never realized
Your the one that didn't love?

Either way it goes
That does not take back the things you said,
I'll never forget
Or could there be one way?

Come closer
And I'll tell you my little plan,
Come closer
And you'll feel the pain I feel,
Come a little closer
And now you'll feel my blade.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2005
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