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If you only knew

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If you only knew

If you only knew the love I have for you ,
than your know why I really call you my 

My love for you have always been true, 
even when I was mad & screamed  I was 

Emmotions kicked in couldn't sleep well 
most nights,
My mind kept tripping like "man take a 
hike but, my heart  kept saying "stay" 
everything gonna be all right. 

Its pretty normal "we not the only two that 
fuss & fight.
Trying to get our point across on who is 

True enough My immature ways had 
caused many miserable days. Saying 
things that hurt and I can't even explain. 
To when I said I loved you, you said it was 
lame.. I couldn't be mad cause I was the 
one to blame.

All in my feelings no-one to talk to, 
trucking on many lonely highways alone 
my way, over analyzing situations, Not 
knowing what to say. Just wondering will 
we make it together one last day. Trying to 
figure out how to talk without ugly words 
getting in our way. Having a chance to talk 
before we both go a stray. 

I'm glad we can say we done with all that , 
we been up ,we been down , hard time 
keeping our feet on solid grounds most 
important "we stuck around"
Even, when we  both thought it was a 
watse of time. 

Some people wouldn't understand. no-
one gives us a dime so I pay them no 
Get you some business while I take care 
of mines. If no-one understands me I feel 
that you do,  For these are the reasons I 
Love you &  call you my Boo.

              By: Fredrick Haynes

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