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I miss the loneliness that was mine
I was lonely but I had no pain
But I lost it at my own fault
Thinking I could be happy again

Now I suffer the consequences
And I pay for it with my blood
Because I open the gates of my heart
And the pain rush in like a flood

The fire that burns in the cold
Has gone out with out a trace
And god has turn his back on me
Tired of seeing tears on my face

Love knows I was a stupid man
Not the sharpest tool in the shed?
So love had its way with me
Then just leave me for dead

But this foolish heart of mines
It just keeps on beating
So the claws of death
Keeps putting off our meeting

I was lonely before I met her
But I was not hurting
And when she came and left
It was time to close the curtain

I can try to stop the rain from falling?
And catch a bird that already flew?
Even try to stop the wind from blowing
But I can never stop loving you

Every thing about her is a miracle
To me she’s just an angel
Maybe she returns to heaven
Maybe my life was too much hell

Maybe it’s just my karma
Maybe I made someone cry
So now it’s my turn to suffer
Until the day i die

Karma is a ***** we all know
My grand mother use to say
What goes around comes around
And it will kick you in the butt one day

For what ever deeds I’m paying for
Never was my intentions to do you wrong
All I ask for is your forgiveness
Before they bury me in the ground

I know friends and family will hate me
For giving them a reason to cry
But I couldn’t go on suffering
Its why slit my wrists and beg to die

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