Treasure Island

Shilesha Johnson

(july 11th 1992 / manhattan)

SO SORRY : (


i hurt you
which means i hurt myself
i wish i could turn back the time and stop you from feeling
what you have felt
stop what i have done
but you still remain number one
you still remain the main part of my life
and wit out you i mine as well die
im sorry and i know you can't believe me
im sorry
without you i can't breathe
im sorry i never meant to cause detriment to you
im sorry
im not sure what i should do
i can't forgive what i have done
why should you be the one
why should i get another chance?
because you're the only one i want to be my man
you held my hand
in the darkness and brought me to light
i need you in my life
im sorry
i need to make this right
im sorry i lost sight
all my morals
went out the window
that girl wasn't me
wher'd i go
id never do this to you
im sorry
i did the one thing i said i'd never do
i hurt you
and me in the process
i need you
even though you love me less
im sorry
ill do anything
im sorry but wit out you i kant be

Submitted: Friday, August 29, 2008
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