Poetic Justice

Poetic Justice

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Songs About You

Written By: Poetic Justice

You can tell everybody that this is your song
But don’t you tell anybody
‘cause that would be wrong
Don’t let them know how you played me so long
And to show you I love you
I wrote you this song

Would songs about you on Top 40 finally make you feel like I’m a success
Convince you that I’m not a mess
I’m telling the world about you
In hopes that you’ll say you want me too

You can tell everybody that this is your song
But don’t you tell anybody
‘cause that would be wrong
Don’t let them know how you played me so long
And to show you I love you
I wrote you this song

Each and every line already speaks your name
Between each and every line it all reads the same
You’re the one
And you’re a fool if you can’t see
That’ll you never find anyone
Who loves you more than me

You can tell everybody that this is your song
But don’t you tell anybody
‘cause that would be wrong
Don’t let them know how you played me so long
And to show you I love you
I wrote you this song

This is your song
Don’t pass it along
This is your song
Be it right or wrong

Weren't We?

Written By: Poetic Justice

It’s like you’re dead to me
Like I never even knew you at all
Like we didn’t spend every winter, summer, spring, and fall
Like our names don’t echo throughout these halls
All of the dangers seemed so small
Who’d have ever thought we’d hit a wall

But then again…

Weren’t we something to see?
Weren’t we something to be?
Shouldn’t we have gone down in history?
Wasn’t it you and me?

We’ve had every gift but length of years
I’ve had time to reflect on my long lost peers
We had all of the laughter, none of the tears
We were separated by men and our careers

But then again…

Weren’t we something to see?
Weren’t we something to be?
Shouldn’t we have gone down in history?
Wasn’t it you and me?

What was there left but for us to end it all?
Truth be told, when times were good, we had a ball
I guess at some point all of the great ones fall
But when times were good, we had it all

Remember…

Weren’t we something to see?
Weren’t we something to be?
Shouldn’t we have gone down in history?
Wasn’t it you and me?