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The Tradgedy She Wrote

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The Tradgedy She Wrote

Everyone has these beautiful stories 
Whether it be of their family in reality
Or with that prince in their fantasies
But no one has that tragedy
That one sad story where there was a death and a suicide
Or the prince ran off to be with someone else and the princess left alone

There can never be a happy ending
Without that perfect twist in fate
Don’t worry I’ll stop the dreading
I’ll write a story where you were too late

Let’s start at the beginning when everything was still alright
Together every night and the only thing being watched was the T.V.
The only thing being consumed was unhealthy food 
And the only thing being played was hide n seek
How could this possibly turn into something as evil as murder
Well honey we’ve only just begun

There can never be a happy ending
Without that perfect twist in fate
Don’t worry I’ll stop the dreading
I’ll write a story where you were too late

Time passes and the friends you once had are all gone
You don’t remember what happened and you’ve lost the ability to even care
They drag your drunken body to a dark alley
You’re beaten and they leave you for dead revenge for what you once did to them
The last words you heard are bone chilling 
“There’s no sympathy for the dead, not where you’re going.” And you’re deceased 

There can never be a happy ending
Without out that perfect twist of fate
 Don’t worry I’ll stop the dreading
I’ll write a story where you were too late

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