SaBrInA aKa AnGeL aArOn


We know it wasn't you


I want you to know i'm sitting here sad an alone waiting for you to come home
Can't you see i need you you here with me?

I know its not your falt DON'T think i'm blaming you i'm hopless with out you I know you didn't do it I know some other did and instead of them looking and convicting the pointed and blame but DON'T WORRY daddy inside they'll always feel ashamed

What they did wasn't justice what they did was frame and now your paying the price of another mans sick game

We all know you didn't do it We all know it isn't true so daddy never forget we love an miss you

Submitted: Thursday, September 22, 2005

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