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 This Masquerade
The years where anguish has but played
This love we call more masquerade
Is dead of all it should be called
Relationship we use to call

This song comes to my man GB
Who speaks for us but more for me
Why go on with this turmoil
You can be the victor and take too the spoils

My head tired as did my heart
Some time ago we should have part
But time went by and pass us to
Today this write is just for you

You who took but did not give
You who feels and likes to live
This masquerade that kills what love
Use to feel like now more thought of

Wish GOD would just part our ways
Seems a waste and doesn't pay
To live with one that does not feel
Whats left of two with no appeal

So please forgive me if we say
Today maybe will be the day
That door will open and we can go
Our different ways my heart hopes so

What good is love that doesn't touch
The best part of we miss so much
A warm embrace where fingers ran
Upon our neck of once your man

Lets live today for our tomorrows
As time won't lend for us to borrow
Another day to waste again
What once was love that had to end


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