Frankly, So Was I
What is it you wanted when you walked alongside me?
Could it have been friendship or to share philosophy?
I learned that you were full of it and frankly so was I
I learned how we pretended to be shy, oh what a lie
So gently and sincere we were when talking to the other
Until the day you saw my eyes reminding you of mother
It’s then you thought you’d talk to me in any doggone way
Not treating me as lady, but someone who’d gone astray
‘Tis true I shared too much with you and trusted way too much
It caused you to lose some finesse of caring and of such
But I don’t care, oh no my dear, I do not give a damn
‘Cuz all you ever were to me is everybody’s ham!
You acted like a nice guy and you gave me such a chance
How the hell was I to know it would become romance
But then you have the nerve to point your finger my direction
‘Cuz you’re not vain enough to look in mirror for reflection
And what’s so bad about me looking sideways and not straight?
At least I know just how to love and haven’t learned your hate
It wasn’t lust or unclean thoughts as dirty as you think
At least I’ve learned that you can be a yellow-bellied dink!
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