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On Life's Endevor

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On Life's Endevor

You told me forever.
We both know it wasn't true.
I thought we were in it together,
but it was really only you.

You tried to hold my hand,
but when you did I pulled away.
Apparantly our "love" was always canned.
I don't think you loved me anyway.

I told them they were wrong,
but now I know they were rite.
Now I am writing this song,
and you know I hate it when we fight.

I told you you were a cheater,
always playing those silly games.
I know I'm not a leader,
so now all I feel is shame.

You asked for a second chance,
then I told you never.
I felt as if you hit me with a lance.
I guess I'm alone on life's endevor.

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  1. Date: 4/21/2012 1:17:00 PM

    good read. hope to read more