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Tyronda Simon

(May 6,1989 / Los Angeles)

Murder Case


What is there to do
Either way your going to lose,
Somebody you care about
Something you'll never doubt,
Like when you look into their eyes
And tell them it's okay to cry,
From the first time you kiss
Which in my case, I'll miss,
Every little thing we did
And the things that we hid,
Cause it hit me in the face
Damn- im in a murder case,
I can't run and i can't let get out
There's no reason to scream or to shout,
It's hard for me to let one go
And i keep telling my self i know,
I can tell how you feel
And i know everything is real,
You know i'll always miss you
And you know thats the truth,
My feelings will forever grow
And later down the line, they'll show,
How much you mean to me
And how much i wish we can be,
Forever together
Serperate in my sentences- NEVER,
This hurts me in so many ways
But it's time for me to say,
This hit me so hard in the face
Damn- im in a murder case....


Written for My Ugly

Submitted: Friday, April 11, 2008
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