Robert Rumery

Rookie (1-17-85 / Dover-Foxcorft, Maine)

So Many Ways To Say Sorry - Poem by Robert Rumery

I don't think god put us on this planet,
so that we both could hate each other,
and kick each other out of our lives,
I don't think that was his plan from the start,

I remember when I first meet you,
it was many moons ago,
althou it seems so long ago,
when I looked back at the time that we had,
two young kids with rock and roll hopes and dreams,
and making it big on this stage that we call life,

Chorus: There are so many ways to say sorry,
but I've used them all,
There are so many way to say sorry,
but you've heard them all,
There are so many ways to say sorry,

the days passed us by so quickly,
when I spent time with you,
I felt like I was in heaven,
and this heaven was on earth,
this heaven was when I was with you,

when I looked into your eyes,
I saw a fantasy land that I wanted to venture into,
I saw a love that I wanted to try and time,
you and your wild ways there turned me on,
and you made me smile,

Chorus: There are so many ways to say sorry,
but I've used them all,
There are so many way to say sorry,
but you've heard them all,
There are so many ways to say sorry,

I look back on those days we spent together,
and I shake my head,
and I wonder what could of been,
how we were so good for each other,
and how I wished I didn't say the things I did,

we are still two young kids,
with rock and roll hopes and dreams,
and wanting to make it big on this stage we call life,
but our paths drifted apart,
and now you walk your own path,
and I walk mine,

Chorus: There are so many ways to say sorry,
but I've used them all,
There are so many way to say sorry,
but you've heard them all,
There are so many ways to say sorry,


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 10, 2006



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