Treasure Island

Courtney Beaudry


Never was You


There never was you
There's only me, I'm alone
Nothing compares to
Being stuck at home
It's important
That you pretend you're alone
Cuz, after all you
Never knew me at all

Gave you second chances
Let you beg on your knees
Let you do all these things for me
Tried to let you leave
Forgiveness
Comes as easy as happiness
It never comes at all!

And I know this for sure
I've heard this all before
Nothing matters, it's not the same
It's just the fact that
You never came!

There never was you
There was only me, I'm alone
Nothing compares to
Being stuck at home
It's important
That you pretend you're alone
Cuz, after all you
Never knew me at all

Oh you were never there
You never did care!
Always trapped alone
Even though you assured me on the phone
That everything was good and well
Yeah right, that line'll never sell!

There never was you
There's only me; I'm alone
Nothing compares to
Being stuck at home
It's important
That you pretend you're alone
Cuz, after all, you
Never knew me at all!

Submitted: Saturday, October 25, 2008

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