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Billie Marie Branson

you broke it

You broke it once
Even though we were together for months
I thought I could trust you
And I thought you could trust me to
Why didn't you tell me
I wouldn't of mind
You could of just broke it down
It would have been fine
I am not a kid no more
You don't need to treat me like one
It feels like you have put bricks on me
They weigh a ton
I am hurt more than ever
What was it you said nothing could stop us never
We would be together for ever
I believed it
I thought you were true
But you go throw it in my face
And treat me crawl
I thought you said you loved
You said it more than once
So was that lies
Or did you just want to throw me down in the dumps

Submitted: Tuesday, May 01, 2012
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