jay morris


Reap What You Sow


I met you thru a machine,
From then on it was you that i fiend,
We started as a little fling,
You sunk into my heart and boy did it sting,
Before i met you i was open for anything,
I would get kicked in the ground for trying to flirt,
I would let it go cause only you could make me hurt,
They all told me that i was getting played,
But i knew deep inside that your feelings would fade,
Not telling the difference from friend and foe
I should of known that I'll weep what i sow
So i did something i never have for somebody,
I bought tickets to her heart, but it backfired on me,
Days later the words came that would kill any human being,
The words were soft but clear,
I think we should be friends, there is some one else that I'm seeing,
In a way they were spoken and in a way they were not,
All the memories of me and you were thrown from me and never To be caught,
All the sweetness and all the kindness i had left,
Was taken from my heart as a ruthless theft,
The only way to predict the inevitable,
Is to invent the future,
I thought it would be my hearts only cure,
I tried to make you feel for me as i do for you
But i don't deserve your love if its not there for me to step into
And now I know
That you will weep what you sow

Submitted: Monday, February 07, 2005
Edited: Tuesday, April 27, 2010
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