kirstiie chapmann


love me n leave me


you say you love me,
but why do you leave me?

when you say you love me,
you dont mean it,
then you say you leave me,
but you do mean it.

you say dont be cruel,
you stupid fool,
it has to start somewhere,
but it needs to end here.

you crossed the line two years ago,
when you said 'will you marry me'
i should of said 'no',
that way i would never have got hurt by you.

so again, ,
why say you love me then leave?

i know why,
beacuse you never loved me for me,
and you never will,
ive moved on,
thats why im ending this love song!

Submitted: Thursday, March 25, 2010

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  • Rookie Kudakwashe Roak Mutama (5/26/2010 10:50:00 AM)

    uuuuuuuhhhh! ! ! that's just part of life and part of the game called love, pple lie! ! ! !
    'why say you love me then leave? ' this verse shows how pple lie coz if they love you they can never leave you.....

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