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another one I dusted off. I quite like it. smiles.
Can you hear me calling you and calling you names?

Can you feel my need for you and see my heart bleeding?

It's bleeding just for you.

Don't know what I've done to turn you abruptly away.

Guess you can't handle someone liking you apparently.

This is how you treat a friend, this is how you care for me?

Your kindness was just a facade to get between my legs.

You really aren't worth my thoughts or tears.

You really aren't worth the ink from this pen.

Everytime I think of you I'll remember you were cruel.

To leave me all alone, how you threw me away.

I was just a game to you, only worth one play.

It's funny how you care more about inanimate objects than me.

Your precious TV, your spacious bed, the distance from you to me.

The phone bills you ran up to call me.

Which gives me a little peace at least.

I was worth every dime and so much more.

I hope they shut off your phone. I want you to feel the burn.

And whatever poor soul comes into your life,

I feel sorry for her, I really do. She needs to watch out for you.

So even if you aren't the one for me, you didn't have to treat me so coldly.

And someday soon or some other time,

I hope you feel guilty and feel badly and learn

That it's not nice to treat people this way.

And you will have to see things my way someday.

You will be thinking of me, remembering what a fool you were.

I'll be happy with loving someone new.

You'll be alone and remember how well I treated you.

You may want me or need me in some other way,

I'll just turn you away.

If you call me again, 

I'll just give you the finger as I smile and hang up the phone on you.

Without saying a word.

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