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Submitted: June 30, 2017

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Submitted: June 30, 2017



I liked you better on our first date

Should have never took your number in the first place

Couldn't tell you what was wrong cause you always took it the wrong way

Thought you were there beside me when I was asleep

Never heard your phone bleap

Guess my feelings were in my soul and your just weren't that deep


Passed by your ocean view

Realized I'm still mad at you


You always said what's with the attitude 

But you were always acting crude 

Always being rude

Acting crazy enough to make me think you had a few

Why are you talking to me like that

Felt like your questions were always something I should have asked

You always had to be right

Even though you were the only one who was causing the fights

I just wanted you to be mine

Thought you were but I guess not all the time

The way you started saying my name didn't sound right

But I never caused a fight


Passed by your ocean view 

Realized I'm still mad at you


Without you I felt so out of place

Didn't know you were already filling my space

Filling it even before I was gone

But you thought I never find out, now I know I wasn't in the wrong

Cause you told me I lacked skills in communication

And all I caused you was frustration

And you were supposed to be my salvation

But what's saving about you feeding into temptations


Cause I was always loyal

Never treated you less then royal

Cause you were always my king

And I wanted to wear your ring

But other girls is what you were wearing

How could you be so uncaring


Passed your ocean view 

Realized I'm still mad at you

Mad that I never even had a clue

That one of us was lying when we said "I love you too"











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