Treasure Island

Ocean Myranda


Me or Her


Being together is fun,
Being together is great,
I love you so much,
I wish you would appreciate.

When we talk you make me laugh,
When we talk I can trust you,
I love you so much,
I wish you would love me too.

You said you were over her,
You said you loved me,
I love you so much,
I wish you could just see.

I already knew you weren’t over her,
I already knew you still liked her,
I love you so much,
I wish I was the one you would prefer.

She was the one, who broke up with you,
She was the one, who started to become obsessed again,
I love you so much,
I wish you could see how I am in vain.

There are two of us you like,
There are two of us you have to choose between,
I love you so much,
I wish it was I that you would be seen.

If you truly love her more,
If you truly love me more,
I love you so much,
I wish you would choose the one you adore.

I’ve said this in every line,
I’ve said this to you all the time,
I love you so much,
I just want you to know loving her more than me is not a crime.

I love you with all my heart,
I love you always and forever,
I love you so much,
I wish you would love me however.

I love you,
I love you,
I love you,
I LOVE YOU!

Submitted: Tuesday, August 19, 2008
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