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Before I

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Before I

Just before I saw your face
My heart was running a race
Just before I saw you
My emotions were filled with love and care
Just before I saw you
I could sense your fragrance that filled my air
Just before I saw you
I could imagine your eyes that made me see clear
Then I saw you,
I was amazed how i had to fake my smile 
I was amazed of how I wished if i was far a hundred miles
I was shocked of how I was saying the scripts then,
I was shocked of how my heart froze my brain
I pretended that i was happy and thrilled
I kissed you but my lips were pulling my head
Feelings were forever gone
I kissed you and my guilt was eating my bones
I could hardly talk, my heart was froze and cold
And you were believing all the words you were told
I was amazed how a smooth talker I was
Lies, Lies, Lies every thing i said were lies
Then, It was when I heard the word (love).
My eyes just rolled up, they were looking above
I couldn't say it back, i couldn't even stand
And you were there, standing happy and blind
Asking me gently if i was okay,
No, I wasn't but i had to put an end to the play
I wished if you just feel the same 
So, I wouldn't have to take all the blame
But, you I couldn't just break your heart
Because I know it would hurt more than that
I'm sorry because I will have to break you down
After all you did, After you made me a queen with crown
I have to just let you go
My heart just chose that, it is true

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