Secrets To Reveal (To you)
Do you know
Let me tell you a secret
You were the first one I had thought was true
Atleast I saw you different.
Let me tell you another secret
Something farly different
You are the best 'bad luck' I had
Even though we spilt into different roads
I'm not in sorrow
I'm not that sad
I don't ever regret all we had
Because I am the winner
You are the ulimate loser
You will pay the price
For the broken hearts
And the bruised wounds
That remained inside of me.
You will pay the price
For the tears that carry much value
No I won't forgive you
Or even miss you.
Come on I just can't wait till I forget you.
I won't preceed your calls.
Or fall again for your falls
Love me or just hate me
Simply it doesn't really matter to me
Because there came that time I told you:
'Keep something in mind.'
'I've been hurt so many times.'
I begged you please: 'Don't be the owner of this crime'>
But you didn't listen
True my mistake was to complain to the person who broke my heart
No choice I had believed you, from the start.
Love for you?
Forgive me that's not there anymore
Trust for you?
Forgive me theres no trust too anymore.
You have tarnished the name of 'LOVE';
With you ridicioulus repeating mistakes.
One day you will dream just to glance me in your path.
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