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classic case of a naive face

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classic case of a naive face

Your the one, I know, who will laugh at her, and she'll fall
You'll look at the caller ID and hit silent when she has only you to call
 
And when she's upset and she hurts you'll just brush away her pain 
Stare at her like she's lost her mind, when she starts speaking in vain 

Because she's got no one and you know it, and you make her feel so weak 
Your there for her, for nothing, just to turn the other cheek 

Only to come around when she least expects it 
At that moment your all shes got, No, you won't let her forget it!

"I'm all you have!" you say to her, That's all You ever say to her!
But she's so naive, that she can't see so it's all a heavy blur

and she's so vulnerable, that's how you get your kick 
Everyone knows it and it makes them feel so sick

And they try to tell her, but she doesn't listen 
She just adds to the inconvenience that she's been given 

So she goes on, she loses it, and falls even harder
Because she has nothing to admit to when she throws herself farther 

And she's unaware that she has anything to admit
Lost in herself like the perfect addict

She has no idea who she is or what's even going on 
She's comfortable here, with no clue anything is wrong 

Until it hits her like a block of ice
You aren't worth her sacrifice

And You've realized she's come to her senses, so you hold her down to suffocate 
And she'll admit to everything, though, it's far too late 

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