Treasure Island

Latedra Ellis

(10-29-93 / Gainesville FL (AGH))

'U can't'


U can’t
My hearts already been broken
I’ve been hurt many times before that’s why you can’t
I don’t want to be let go again
I’ve fell in love many times before
Well, at least I thought I was
I’m never going to find true love that’s for sure
The pain that I feel intends to grow
U can’t
I’m not ready to get in another relationship
If you can’t respect my decision
You can forget all about me
One day I’ll find the love of my life that I will spend the rest of my life with
Sorry
Sorry that there can be no more of you and me
I’ve been through a lot and I’m not going to let you hurt me
U can’t break my heart
U won’t


By: Latedra Ellis

Submitted: Friday, April 11, 2008
Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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