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What You Thought Were True Was Wrong

What you thought you were true was wrong, I'm saddened over someone to whom I could belong. Every suspicious look made you turn back, and create the myths about me; those feelings of confusion tempted to move you along secretly and tag me, but that was a hallucination. What you thought was were true was wrong, I'm saddened over someone to whom I could belong. The sense of fear that depressed you along with jealousy gave you sleepless nights and a reason to suspect each word I said and watch over me; the jealous type doesn't walk away from that easily... she is the one who has a doubtful attitude and avoids being alone. What you thought were true was wrong, I'm saddened by someone to whom I could belong. What kept you alerted you and wondering how I mistreated you were wrong; I wake up each morning after morning with a dreadful feeling that deprives me of living. What you thought was true were wrong, I am saddened over someone to whom I could belong.

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