As I walk through my front door,
I feel like it'll be my last.
Just that one faithful night,
It all happened so fast.
See, we'd been together for a while,
So I thought it'd be special.
I might not have went to sleep with one,
But I woke up with a smile.
I felt fine for several days,
But when I woke up one morning,
And my surprise didn't come,
I dont think I'll ever forget my face.
So I did the only thing I knew,
I went back to him: my fate in hand,
When we got our answer,
Out of my life he flew.
So through my front door I walk,
And into the eyes I look,
So small in a big world I feel,
When I know this is all my fault.
I tell her my tale,
Expecting the worst,
And to my surprise,
Her love will never fail.
A little bit ahead we look,
Nine months to be exact.
I'm a little bit smaller,
And something out of me God took.
Although some people look upon me with shame,
I look at myself with a different face.
Sometimes the best things,
Don't even come with a name.
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