Treasure Island

Marria Attar

...You as My Problem...

He was mine
Before he got to know you
He was mine
And I know that you knew
But you just couldn’t leave us alone
I know it killed you inside
Whenever you saw him close to me
Your hatred just tended to collide
To the point that it made you lie to him
By telling him that my love for him wasn’t true
But now I know the problem that happened between us
And that problem is definitely you
You couldn’t stand seeing me happy
You couldn’t control your jealousy
You just wanted to get whatever pleased you
Not caring if it hurt me emotionally
Your intentions are predictable
Don’t think I’ll never know
About all the bad you have done to me
The emotional injuries that cut me deep below
I will never forgive you
For all the bad you have done
He was mine... and only mine
And don’t you dare think you have won!

Submitted: Monday, November 24, 2008
Edited: Monday, November 24, 2008

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