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And when I see the sign that points one way
The lot we used to pass by every day

Just walk away Renee
You won't see me follow you back home
The empty sidewalks on my block are not the same
You're not to blame

From deep inside the tears I'm forced to cry
From deep inside the pain that I chose to hide

Just walk away Renee
You won't see me follow you back home
Now as the rain beats down upon my weary eyes
For me it cries

Just walk away Renee
You won't see me follow you back home
Now as the rain beats down upon my weary eyes
For me it cries

Your name and mine inside a heart on a wall
Still finds a way to haunt me, though they're so small

Just walk away Renee
You won't see me follow you back home
The empty sidewalks on my block are not the same
You're not to blame



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    UnregisteredDec 13, 2011 at 4:27 pm
    To tha girl, that i used to play moma & daddy with before life led us far &wide around tha world. We loved lost, laughed, we cried, at times we had to let go of the one who promised to forever remain faithfuly at your side.through it all u&i have been blessed to meet again , my spirit is quickend when ever i think of you.

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