Treasure Island

chester wellborn

(missouri)

wedding ring


It easy to say you don't love me,
any more.
to leave your wedding ring
and storm right out the door
never a care of all the thing we been through
the good the bad, up and down
I have always been by your side,
through it all. make you happy
has been no easy task, In this world
life is not fair, I know, I been down that road.
you are the one who I love so much in this world,
I'm sorry for the thing I done, the hurt it cause you,
let work this out, there nothing more important to me then you,
love me to night, hold me close to you heart
let the pain go away let start all over again
forget the pass, let look to the furture
life is to short to not make love anymore..

Submitted: Thursday, March 21, 2013

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