mariah logan

Rookie (6-16-95 / chicago il)

You Don't Understand


you dont understand how much
i need you
you dont understand how much
you mean to me
you dont understand that i need
you to get through my day
you dont understand how much
i need you to sleep peacefully at night
you dont understand that i want you with me
more than you'll ever know
or how much i will never let you go
you really dont understand how much
i can't focus when your not with me
nor how much i don't want you to leave me
you don't understand that i want us to be together 4ever
you don't understand that you are my new best friend
you don't understand the way i feel
you don't understand that this is ment to be
suppose to be
always you and me
you don't understand how much i long 4 you to love me
one day
as much as i want to love you someday
you don't understand how much i
really need you to understand
you don't understand how much
my life would suck without you
you don't understand how much
i love the way you kiss me
touch me and hug me
you don't understand how much i need you to understand

Submitted: Wednesday, May 05, 2010
Edited: Friday, May 07, 2010

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