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I Miss You
It's been awhile since we last spoke.
I'm having a hard time learning to cope.
I miss you like hell, I see you in my dreams.
Why'd you have to do it? Why'd you have to leave?
I realize it was an addiction accidentally obtained.
But you couldn't stop, you couldn't refrain.
And now you're gone, with no hopes of return.
I wish this hadn't happened. I wish you would have learned.
But I know it wasn't your fault; no one's to blame.
Times were different; things weren't the same.
I just wish I could have talked to you one last time.
I would have told you how much I loved you, in more than just one line.