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i keep telling my self

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i keep telling my self

i keep telling myself  he's not for me , the one i need is not ment to be, oversea's 
love's and around the world come's to find me in a fantasy world . dream's of 
things that arent ment for me, wanting a life that's bright as the sea. hope's and 
wish'es may god let them come true.
cause in my heart i'm still in love with you, everyday i live such a life that only you 
could bring to light. everytime that we have met  you left me here with no regret, 
the only thing worng is i'm still alone ,waiting on you to come along. 
if dream's are really for very real , i dream of us as for ever will, my heart is heavey 
and my soul is light ,it's to much pain to carry tonight. 
so i try once again to let you go ,but before i do i just want  you to know  there 
never could be a better love you know. we'd shared our heart ,and spill'ed our 
soul in screat words we told us so how much we cared and wouldent never let 
go. but i guess the time has come the love ran out , you lost your love you just 
gave out. nothing will ever be the same for me . cause in my heart you was the 
guy for me. i waited on you day and night ,only to wonder who was holding you 
tight. it's like a bad dream i had in the night. 
i wish i could sleep and not see the light.. so when your holding her tonight 
rember i cryed for you everynight ,.rember i cared in all i did when you forgot  and 
kept me hide.  now i know why thing's were wrong cause ,you was goinga leave 
me here all along. some if someday you need a love rember me the girl you once 

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