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israel kabayo


we were a mistake


Here we go again,
Same story, same game,
You hurt me, I hurt you
Pain, Pain, Pain

Here we go again,
Same story, same game
I love you, you love me,
Kisses and hugs,
Fake, Fake, Fake

Honestly we can't help it
We thrive on breaking each other's hearts,
Cut down the middle,
We had nothing from the start.

I say it was you, you say it was me,
Here goes the blame game again,
Was it Adam or was it Eve?
I just know we were a mistake,
With that being said.

Indeed I believe,
You and I were not meant to be,
Indeed I believe
The reason we met, will always be a mystery
Indeed I believe
The definition of our love, equalled anger and sin

So please let this be!
I am your enemy!
Sincerely from, the hate in me.

Submitted: Thursday, September 20, 2012
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