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Remember when the things we beleived
they were real, didnt it seem crazy
I wasnt right, neither of us had a clue
I got you what you wanted
you got rid of me
It wasnt hard to do, just break me in two
I crumble like a person, I may seem like a god
but thats not a challenge
Please handle me with care
your laugh rides my nightmares
The fears we shared, my couch
When you tore it away
pricked me deeply, ouch
I hate to speak about the evils
I hate to preach, people tell me
how I sound like al sharpton
No one listens, so these things I harp on
I just want whats best,
I learned my lesson
I got you what you wanted
you got rid of me
I was your only friend
you got ten more
Who was keeping score?
All I wanted you for
was laughing, smiles
maybe a little disaster
Remember him, how he broke you in two
then the other guy, you sure had a bingo
I wasnt sure what I wanted
I know im not content
with how things fell at our feet
I got you what you wanted
you got rid of me
It wasnt hard to do, just break me in two
I crumble like a person, I may seem like a god
but thats not a challenge
Please handle me with care
your laugh rides my nightmares
its rough, especially now
when I watch the sun come up
coz it went down, on someone I loved


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