Samweli Butobi

Rookie (Mwanza Tanzania)

Only for you, just come


you filled preasure in me
like no other you satisfied me
you are outside and inside of me

my heart suffer the pain of the break up
what about your heart about this break up
crying has taken me for a long time
have you taken control for your recovery
Excuse for a question, your heart has healed?
Sorry again, can you open for love again?

I have given space for a slow heal
Now the missing of you in my ill
There is no beneft in this break up
know, I discovered more about myself
you are the only you increase my esteem

Never I will let myself hurt me again,
I promise, I `ll never hurt you again
Prepare and be back to our dating pool
I have taken away my failure, my fool
Iam renewing myself for you, only you

this break up, has no my have
I couldn`t find you, my true love
Now I know is you my true love

I dont want to replace you with anyone
only you ni my life, come I`m now for you

Submitted: Monday, March 16, 2009

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