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Two-faced, that's what you are
You play these games on my heart
An actor, a master of disguise
Half of what you tell me is lies

Why do you act like this?
There's a half of you that I miss
You believe that I don't know
But baby, I have tickets to your sold out show

One minute you say I'm the one
The next minute you're saying that we're done
You say one thing then turn it around
Acting like you didn't even say that just now
Are you confused or taking advantage of me?
Because I don't which side to believe

I remember you telling me yesterday
That I'm the only one you want to stay
But I hear these rumors about us
I swore it was love not simply lust

Why do you act like this?
Which side of you do I kiss?
You believe that I don't know
But baby, I have tickets to your sold out show

One minute you say I'm the one
The next minute you're saying that we're done
You say one thing then turn it around
Acting like you didn't even say that just now
Are you confused or taking advantage of me?
Because I don't which side to believe

You need to decide
Which face to show and which one to hide
I’m done chasing you
I’m done believing you
Because half of what you say
Doesn't mean anything anyway

The next time you come back around
You better have decided which face to show now

One minute you say I'm the one
The next minute you're saying that we're done
You say one thing then turn it around
Acting like you didn't even say that just now
Are you confused or taking advantage of me?
Because I don't which side to believe

Two-faced, that's what you are




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erica11 said...
Sept. 4, 2011 at 4:54 pm:
I can relate to this poem a lot and you said it really well. Its amazing, really well-written! Keep writing! :)
 
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Sept. 4, 2011 at 5:15 pm :
Thank you. I really appreciate it.
 
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