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It's so easy to get so completely and entirely caught in someone else. Especially, when you don't won't to face yourself.
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|by Bionic Woman
want you, you, you,
Doesn't matter that you're not here,
I forgive all the silences.
I want you,
I don't care,
I know you'll disappoint,
I'm a willing captive,
There's no point.
I want you,
Need to hold you in my arms,
Need to smell your sweat, inhale your breath,
Need you inside of me,
That's where you belong,
That's where you were meant to be.
I want you, bald, fat and ugly,
I really don't care,
I just want you to be there.
I want to open your door,
Because I have my own key,
I want to come in,
Because you too, now want me.
I want you to need me,
I want to stare in your eyes,
I want your promises,
I don't care if they are lies.
I want your body,
Warm in my bed,
I want you near me,
I want you so bad.
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