Aldo Kraas

(July 15 1964 / Sao Paulo Brazil)


Please break her heart
Into pieces
Because she is so mean to everyone
That comes to greet her

Submitted: Thursday, October 01, 2009

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  • Lady Grace (10/1/2009 10:22:00 PM)

    if u only know the feeling of being hurt
    if u only know how it hurts when someone leaves
    if u only know how my heart broke today
    and u see how i shout and scream...

    if u only know how i wanted to die...
    if u only know how i wanted to die...
    to die..huhuhuhuhuhuhuhuhu
    to die...
    let me vanish from where i stand...

    is it necessary to break a heart?
    is it necessary to hurt me...
    do u think this is fair, , , , ? ..its unfair..huhuhuhuuhuhuh
    it's unfair....
    why? ..i didnt let u go
    but u leave me still..
    u didnt give me a chance
    to explain more...why? ...why? (Report) Reply

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