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 What Becomes of Love
Faded pictures, fanfare now fades
Of better days, vows once paid
Much respect gets failing grade

Nights became lonesome for you
His late night outs many not few
Would cause a house once united
Become a place dark and divided

You shed some light upon what was
Love quite clear your just because
He said he loved you
Yea just as much to break into

A place sacred where you were more
At peace with him before he tore
The best of you that was your heart
The place conquered, sincere the part

Now love story has become
One love selfish that took the fun
Out of life, out of time
Today broken you seek to find

One love who cares, one brand knew
Not like him thought perfect for you
Search you will or wait till change
Brings one to you thats not so vain

You see love becomes what one can't see
Upon the surface you thought would be
The one who sold you short with lies
To you he left without goodbye




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