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You aren’t who you used to be.
When I needed you the most,
You walked right out on me,
And changed for the worst.
You don’t even notice what is truly not there,
For you are too wrapped up in being who others think you are.
I know what you pretend to be, it is not you at all.
I just wish you would open up to the person you once were and stand tall.
I don’t know what to do
I guess I am giving up on you.
You said you’d always be there
But I doubt now you even care.
You no longer can look me in the eye
It’s like the real you left and is gone
And without any reason why.
You always said everything would be fine, but it’s not
And there is no doubt you forgot.
You made a promise, you could not keep
It just adds to the lies so very deep.
I miss the times when everything was fine
When no problems existed even yours or mine.
You walked out the door
And never looked back
Inside my head it’s a war
That goes black
It ends without a fight from you
So I guess we’re through
There isn’t much more to say or do
I guess I kind of always knew
That I would end up as just one instead of two
I know you are out there somewhere
Living your life, breathing without air.
But I fear it is too late now to save this,
Too much harm has been done to try and fix it.
I watch you day by day,
And I have so much to say,
But I feel you would never listen,
For you have already changed too much,
To even care or even notice,
You lost something more important than anything else.