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Forcefully Apart

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Forcefully Apart

Torn apart dramatically, by this udder disbelief of fate
Unsatisfied I must daringly admit, for we may not date.
Must I say that I could snap, starting a fun filled fight fest
I might have to give up, this sacrifice might be for the best.

This solemn cry for the one, that I really truly love most
That feeling of losing our wings, the wings now a ghost.
First were the wings of love, now they take you away
I see the nappers of my love, but please keep me at bay.

Their keeping you hostage, me stepping on egg shells
Them not to explode, forgetting the timed ringing bells.
Time anxiously runs out, you have to forget about me
There isn't anything you can do, so just let it peacefully be.

Having a dream of us, then it turning to a Nightmare 
Nappers taking you my angel, this is only for me to bear.
Am I not to be my own person, but to be the one they want
Every day goes by when I think, pestering me they taunt.

The forgetful times, of the great memories that we made
Why must we forget what's happy, or why must it fade.
These memories we share, are the greatest ones by far
Memories that are happy, us as a whole yes we are.

Forcefully apart from each other, it might have to be so
You being in tears my love, makes me want to do in the foe.
Possibly the last words to my angel, I will always love you
No matter what when or where, it will always be true.

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