Natalie Sapphire

Rookie (Canada)

Free To Be- A Song - Poem by Natalie Sapphire

I really hurt.
But it's plain to see
You weren't the right guy for me.
You're not better than me
So why's my life all about you?
Though you were the missing piece.
But my puzzle's been done all along.
Though there was chemistry
5678

That's it
No more waiting
I'm gone
We're done
Tired of trying to prove that you're right when you're wrong

Now I'm free to feel
Free to be the girl I've always wanted to be
I'm free to see the world you've been holding me back from
I'm free to share
Free to smile
Free to laugh
Free to shine
Free to be... me

I'm better off
Now you know that's true
I wanna just forget about you
Gonna live my life happily
Without all your problems
Steering clear of guys like you
Not gonna do this again
Really thought there was chemistry
5678

That's it
No more waiting
I'm gone
We're done
Tired of trying to prove that you're right when you're wrong

Now I'm free to feel
Free to be the girl I've always wanted to be
I'm free to see the world you've been holding me back from
I'm free to share
Free to smile
Free to laugh
Free to shine
Free to be... me

Not waiting for an apology oh oh
Don't care if you wanna say sorry no oh
I'm done with you

Now I'm free to feel
Free to be the girl I've always wanted to be
I'm free to see the world you've been holding me back form
I'm free to share
Free to smile
Free to laugh
Free to shine
Free to be... me

I'm free to share
Free to smile
Free to laugh
Free to shine
Free to be... me

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2008



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