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Date Added: March 28, 2017 23:03:07 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Was I

was I to dumb to be

you’re true love?

 

was I the to be

blamed for all the mistakes?

 

was I the one to be

over reaching to much?

 

was I the biggest mistakes that

you’ve ever made?

 

was I the one to be sorry

for the wrong things that I did?

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