I thought that I had seen it all, but I was wrong.
Once I heard your sweet voice I wrote you a song.
Many mistakes I had made in my troubled life,
The more I expressed the deeper went the knife.
I believed that I had heard it all, but I was wrong,
When I looked into your eyes you made me strong.
All of my worried past suddenly became very clear,
You took my heart inside of you and I lost my fear.
I had notions that I had smelled it all, but I was wrong,
That day I smelled your sweet perfume the aroma lasted very long.
When I took my clothes off at home I smelled you close to me,
And in my dreams all night it was you that I only did see.
I had many strange ideas about myself, but I was wrong.
The day you let me hold your hand I felt that with you I did belong.
Your tender lips touched mine and I melted like a stick of butter,
Life forever changed for the better as you pulled me out from the gutter.
I thought I had tasted it all, but this time I really got it wrong,
My lips tasted the beauty of you that felt like a forks three prongs.
First you said you loved me, but that you couldn’t commit,
Second you lied about not seeing another, and third I saw the ring that you refused to admit.
And do you know what? I had it wrong all along.
Sometimes you think that someone gives you a second chance, only to find out that it was really the other person who got the chance. And so the moral of this story, well, that’s up to you to finish it.