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Every night I lay in bed and ache,
Ache for a new feeling, for new thoughts to filter that mistake
But I always seem to come back to you, and that night.
You knew id never put up a fight.
I remember laying in bed listening to you crack open one beer at a time,
It was only a matter of minutes before the anger and alcohol took over your mind.
After that I wasn’t your Booie Bear anymore.
Nobody ever has to know, just quietly close the door.
I remember how you smelled,
Every word you said,
And every place you touched.
I remember wanting to scream while you made you way inside me.
But I didn’t, I laid there silently,
Accepting the fact that this is how my life is going to be.
Not a sound was made after you finished and left.
I laid there with the blood and sweat,
And I cried.
I remember everything about that night,
The night my innocence died.