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Lies

I thought I needed your love
I saw the way you needed me
I thought I could rise above
But your lies, I could never see

Blinded by lust 
But you were just another
Deceitful heart 
I should never trust
You will always be a product 
Of your mistakes 
You dragged me through the bullshit
But your lies
Makes you nothing more 
than a fake 

I give and give my love away
But I forget to love myself
They take and take my heart away
With no regards of how I've felt

Why is it that I push my friends away
For any girl that'll give me their time of day
My selfishness leaves everyone in pain
Just because my flesh craves for her scandalous frame 

God, will I ever be content with myself
Or will I continue to dig my way to hell
Will I throw my life away for a kiss
Or will I chose to live in true love's bliss

I thought I needed your love
I saw the way you needed me
I thought I could rise above 
But your lies, I could never see

Copyright © Zach Mitchell | Year Posted 2017

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