You used to make my teeth rattle, my spine shudder, my hands shake,
the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end, my bones ache. Every
inch of my skin would burn from within, when you spoke I'd listen, I'd
walk any distance to hear what you'd say. I submit, I surrender, I
admit it's a heavy price to have to pay. And while it'd be easier for
us both if you'd just forget me, I can't erase your face from my
memory, I can still trace the contours of your body in my bedsheets.
Don't move your lips, I want to forget every conversation, every
sentence, every word you ever said. Won't look back, won't remind
myself how I felt, I'll tell myself I hate you, that I'm better off
without. But I'll always have my doubts.


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Magnolia song meanings
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