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Carike Klokow

Rookie - 0 Points (25/02/1984 / South Africa)

Where did we go wrong?


The more i think about it
the more i realise
that what i thought i knew
is now just one big lie

You ve never said how you feel
and now i understand why
cus to you this wasnt real
and now you watch me die

I give you all my love
and gave you all my soul
and now i understand
that i can never make you whole

You should just tell me
that this is not what you want
that i am not the one
and then let this be undone

before i give you more of me
before my broken heart you see
before these tears start to dry
before this woman in me dies
before this heart loses it's song
Please just tell me where we went wrong! ! ! ! !

Submitted: Monday, May 07, 2007
Edited: Thursday, October 11, 2012

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