just when i thought i was over you,
I saw a picture of you with a girl I don't know
I wanted to shout but then, I will not stoop that low
It's really hard when you're only learning to let go
Because looking back will always be a big NO-NO
What's the big deal? You and I were never together
So why am I hoping to be with you forever?
I guess the two of us were never meant for each other
Nothing really started so nothing will be over
I used to say I wanted our friendship to remain
But after all you've done, all I feel is pure disdain
You think I'm so ordinary, just like that- so plain
You didn't notice that I'm more like a porcelain
There's really no sense trying to make everything right
Well, In the first place, we never had a proper plight
We never had an argument that led to a fight
Just a love connection that ended one April night
Here's the truth, a confession I've been wanting to tell
I'm really trying to move on, so I can be well
But in my mind, there you seem to comfortably dwell
And so you are making my whole world a living hell.
Please cooperate, please be nice, please be man enough!
When you said you love me, I thought it was not a bluff!
So take responsibility and don't you dare laugh!
Sooner or later I'll find the courage to be tough!
As for now, bear with me and pretend nothing happened.
I still can't accept that our friendship came to an end
I used to reach out and you'll be there to grab my hand
Now you're just somebody that used to be my best friend.
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