Don't you wanna know what it's like to feel like you have people that you call friends?
Don't you wanna once follow through and prove to us all you're capable of doing something good?
Everyone can see both your faces.
I'm just about done with my last attempt.
Once again this erases the F, R, and I and leaves you alone in the END.
It's sad, I don't feel bad, I have enough things to worry about myself.
I know you've had it rough, that's no excuse and I can't take anymore.
I'm having a hard time dealing with the fact that you breathe every day.
I want you to know how I'm feeling.
At this time I have nothing to say.
You and me are on separate sides of the river
Without a way of making it back.
The bridge was ashes a long time ago.
Can't you see it's not working?
There's no one left around
And that's not how it's supposed to be.
I just can't figure out
It's kinda sad but it would not be that upsetting if I never saw you again.
There's some things that I will not be forgetting
And I'll keep them with me 'till the end


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    my favourite song by Just A Joke from the cd. you can get the cd by them for FREE at shittyband.com great punk music

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