We Will See
We will see if you can handle me it's not that easy sweetie.
My heart is still bleeding my mind forever grieving
This is what my ex fiance left me
I want to love but I can't when she left my emotions became extint
You think you're hard to handle well I can say your just a handful
In comparison to me and all my pain you're walking and I'm running
I know what to do but it will be up to you to break through I have major trust issues but I refuse to be single.
I think I can definitely fix your heart but I don't think you can fix mines and I don't want to waste your time.
They remind me of your age and say you're too young to be mines
I must agree but I declined
I'm intrigued by your mind not what you would give me if you were mine.
But how can we be if you cannot break through to me?
We will see
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