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I don't wanna be used
I wanna be excused
Don't ask for my attention
If you won't be worth my mention
Don't promise not hurt me
If you won't love the pain I already have away

Don't summon my heart
If you're going to feel it with hurt
Don't make me smile,
If the smile will only last a while
I want to be excused 

Do not occupy my mind
If just under my nose
My teeth I will grind
Stay away
Don't blow me away
If you won't hold me when I'm falling
Do not push me
I want to be excused

Do not hug me
If you will not hold on to me forever
Do not kiss me
If my lips will not be your favourite dish
Do not call me beautiful
If you don't know beautiful
I want to be excused

Do not invite me to your house
If I will not be your home
Do not hold my hand
Or touch my body
Don't even knock at the door of my temple
If you're not going to worship me
Because my body is a temple
And I only let in he who will worship
Treasure, and always worship me
I want to be excused

Do not say you love me
If it won't last to infinity
Do not say you miss me
If it does not wrench your heart to smithereens 
Do not say you want me
If you don't need me
Do not say you don't wanna lose me
If your hold on me is loose
I want to be excused

I want to be excused 
Because I don't want to contract that STD
That'll keep me awake all night
Checking my phone and wondering
Where I went wrong
I want to be excused
Because all you'll do is ballon me
And when I get labour pains for love
You won't even be there to take care

Copyright © Keren Happuch | Year Posted 2018


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