my honest mistake

Something in me will always love you
A part of me will always break for you
And even after all you’ve done
I can’t find it in me to hate you

I wonder if you look in pity on me,
Though I’m the one who’s moving on to better things.
Yeah, I wonder if you still look down on me,
Though I’m the one who got the wings
To fly
To fly away.

Cause I refuse, oh I refuse
Too take too much pity on you.
I refuse to let you pull me down again and farther
To walk all over me as a way of looking taller.
Oh, it’s over, dearest, dearest, oh, it’s over.
Take the songs, take the four leafed clover.

You’re lost in there
In your mind, in that pit
And you’ve always been trying
To pull me in
And I’d like to save you
But I can’t, and you don’t want me to.
You just want me to join you in your sin.

But I refuse, oh I refuse
Too take too much pity on you.
I refuse to let you pull me down again and farther
To walk all over me as a way of looking taller.
Oh, it’s over, dearest, dearest, oh, it’s over.
Take the songs, take the four leafed clover.

I don’t want to read the poetry,
Nor receive your letters.
Let’s face it, dear, you’ve got to get yourself together.
Cause your stuck in the past
And your stuck in your mind.
And there’s no going back for me,
Love won back its sight.

So I refuse, oh I refuse
Too take too much pity on you.
I refuse to let you pull me down again and farther
To walk all over me as a way of looking taller.
Oh, it’s over, dearest, dearest, oh, it’s over.
Take the songs, take the four leafed clover.

My trust in you, dear, was my honest mistake,
But I’ve had all of this that I could ever take.
My trust in you, dear, was my honest mistake,
But I’ve had all of this that I could ever take.

I wonder if you look in pity on me,
Though I’m the one who’s moving on to better things.
Yeah, I wonder if you still look down on me,
Though I’m the one who got the wings
To fly
To fly away.

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About Audrey Ashira

Audrey means strength. Ashira means song. "The LORD is my strength and song, And He has become my salvation; This is my God, and I will praise Him; My father's God, and I will extol Him." Exodus 15:2

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