The Story Of The Boys Who Loved You


This is the story of the boys who loved you
You were young and the first hit you like a ton of bricks
You fell hard, off a ten story building
Never saw, never knew just what you would go through
And oh it hurt, he was cruel and he was tough
Rendered you defenseless, and tore you apart

This is the story of the boys who loved you
The second came as your saving grace
He stole you away from your accustomed pain
Doted, cared, adored, but never gave you the title you were looking for
Would have killed for you though
But you never saw
Fear drove you away from it all

This is the story of the boys who loved you
The first came back and swept you up in his storm
Love: passionate, fiery and warm
You forgot what he could be
Not for long though. No, not for long
He would take it all
You poured yourself in and he never said thank you
Only took more. Oh, he took every last piece
He would take away every last thing that was yours

This is the story of the boys who loved you
You enamored the third
He was intrigued and dove right in
Once under he realized he couldn’t swim
Made quickly for the edge of the pool
He stands on the side now, waiting
Wants you to teach him to swim, but too afraid to say so
You wait for him to join you
He never will though
You make laps and he watches
Trying to muster the courage to dip his toes in

This is the story of the boys who loved you
But what about you?
One, two, three only think of me me me
Never know, never see everything that you could be
All adoration and affections ignored
Leaving you with a heart so pained and sore
Fragile, broken, worked dead to the bone
You are writing their story, but who will write yours?

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