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Author Name: FreeNatversion1 1 Comments
Date Added: May 26, 2003 18:05:39 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Last Stand
You never saw who I really was and now itís too little too late.

100 foot above the ground, one free fall to hellís gate.

On this bridge you canít find me, hidden high up so you canít remind me.

I loved you like you love him, itís hard for me to take.

Every time I see you kiss him, my heart takes another stake.

I saw him out with another, by the way he kissed her it wasnít his mother.

But I canít tell you because it will hurt, so I force my eyes to revert.

But I canít live like this forever itís not the way itís meant to be.

I would rather make this horrific fall, than live on without you.

So I stand up to my destiny, wind whipping at my face.

I look down upon my doom, and see deathís cold embrace.

First step forward when my phones text gets a start, it comes from your number again heís broke your heart.

I step down from the edge and grab all of my things, just to race around your house for the heartache loving you brings.

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Comment By: PremiumMary Lou Allen on February 21, 2004 06:07:05 PM Report
Everybody's somebody's fool sometime. Thank Goodness her call got you off that bridge. Mary Lou


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