here's a little story that I'm gonna' tell you and it's
not that important or at least not to you but I hope
you'll be a friend and I hope you'll give a listen
'cause I'm tryin' to figure out what I've been missin'
you used to live your life a fuckin' lie hah hah hah
you used to live your life for just you and I
but he came in and stole your heart hah hah hah
and you thought it was time that we should part
but I don't care 'cause I'm movin' on and I don't
care it's taken to long (2x)
it's really kind of funny how she walked out 'cause she
didn't even care she was just takin' the right route
one second she loved me the next she walked away
it really made me mad I wanted her to stay
if you ever hear this song I want you to know I
thought of things to say and this is how it go'z
I think you're a bitch and I want you to see remember
all the sex that you promised me
well I don't want none and I don't care and if you try to
come back to me I swear I'll leave you like you left me
your such a fuckin' bitch I want you to see

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    Songs like this make it feel good to know the person u love, loves you too. mest is so awesome

    pretty punk rawkeron June 21, 2002   Link
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    I love this song...its the sweetest song about loving someone and missing them when they're not around.

    PunkAngel401on June 29, 2002   Link
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    rofl. shut the fuck up, punkangel.

    misanthropyon September 11, 2002   Link
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    ya, i need to take this song and apply it too my life.. blah

    onelostgurlon April 23, 2003   Link

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