Taylor Renae Smith


My Heart...What Happened?


my heart
my heart is broken and its all because of you
my heart cant be put back together with some glue

my heart is full of pain and u dont even care
my heart really needs you but your not even there

my heart now as an empty space
my heart needs u to fill that place

my heart feels the friendship will never be replaced
my heart wants you to still keep me safe

my heart knew this friendship would grow into something more
my heart knew you were going to shut that door

my heart told me to let you know how i really feel
my heart told me if he lets go then its not actually real

my heart never told me if i told you i would loose a friend
my heart never told me my world would come to an end

my heart thought you wouldn, t walk out for good
my heart thought u would of understood

my heart now misses all fun we have had together
my heart now wishes we should of stayed friends forever

my heart just had to give in and put up with the fact that you are gone
my heart has let you win and made me realise that i was wrong

Submitted: Sunday, February 15, 2009

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