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It doesn't matter what I want
It doesn't matter what I need
It doesn't matter if I cry
Don't matter if I bleed
You've been on a road
Don't know where it goes or where it leads

It doesn't matter what I want
It doesn't matter what I need
If you've made up your mind to go
I won't beg you to stay
You've been in a cage
Throw you to the wind you fly away

It doesn't matter what I want
It doesn't matter what I need
It doesn't matter if I cry
Doesn't matter if I bleed
Feel the sting of tears
Falling on this face you've loved for years



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  • U
    UnregisteredSep 25, 2011 at 5:02 am
    It's almost like the feeling of being invisible and the one you are married to doesn't see the hurt you go through. The pain in your eyes. The silence in the way you move your body, the shift in your walk. They don't see the pain they have caused, they only see your tears as a sign of weakness.

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