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Saying Sorry @ RomanceClass -
I never meant to play games with your heart

I'm sorry for not expressing my true feelings when i needed to. I should have been more understanding to your needs. I never meant to play games with your heart and demand the things i needed in an agressive way. But, most of all, im sorry for not being your knight in shining armor. I will miss you and all the great times we had, because in reality your the only one ive ever truly loved.
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