Treasure Island

Savannah Kopek

(May 24,1996 / Aurora IL)

Say It


I love it when you lie to me
Just keep lying baby
I'll fall under your spell

The lies hold me together
While the truth tears me apart
You lie to me everyday
So today tell me the truth

Nothing fake like I usually get
The person behind the attitude
You know the person that runs
And hides from everybody

The person I want to know
But you will never show

Just come out and show who you really are
I love the lies
But they are getting real old

So stop lying to me
Stop lying to yourself
Stop lying to everybody

Be honest for once in your life
Stop trying to same me from the pain
The lies hurt more than the truth

Keep lying to me
And you will soon get a
Good-Bye from me

Submitted: Friday, March 23, 2012
Edited: Saturday, March 24, 2012

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