Divorce on the Docket
I have seventy five cents in my pocket
A picture of him in my locket
My mind is spinning fast as a rocket
Cuz a divorce is on the docket
We have but one life to live. Is it worth the risk? Could we try to love again,
if I forgot about him.
I have my life to live
I gave you all that I felt I could give
There is an empty song in my heart
The tune is tearing me apart.
We have but one life to live. Is it worth the risk? Could we love again, if I forgot about him.
Do you really think we could make amends
And try to love again
If I abolished my sin
We could begin again
We have but one life to live, Is it worth the risk? If we could love again
and forgive my sin. If I forgot about him.
Written by: Jeralyn Tolliver 9/29/2015
Copyright © Jeralyn Tolliver | Year Posted 2015
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