I remember the days we had,
Good times that we shared.
Nothing could make us sad,
So much, for each other we cared.
I thought your eyes were like stars,
And you said no one could be sweeter.
Our love was incomparable to a hundred cars,
Who’d have thought it would turn so bitter.
I mistakenly served you a diet coke,
You said I thought you were fat.
You split coffee on my favorite book,
I thought you treated me like dirt.
You said you couldn’t take it any more,
Angrily I said I’d been waiting to hear just that.
In a split second you packed and slammed the door,
Fortunately you didn’t pack what I hid in my heart.
Today I stand before you,
Asking for a second chance,
Our love is going to dance.
In each other’s arms we are going to dance.
I know I didn’t do all the wrongs,
But I am sorry for all of them.
I’m sorry for ignoring your favorite songs,
I know all of them by name.
I’m sorry I was lost for words to say,
When you found my earlier photos in a wallet
I’m sorry I forgot to pay the bills,
And pretending it was your time to pay.
I’m sorry for soiling the kitchen with peels,
And saying I would clean up later in the day.
I’m sorry for forgetting to say I was sorry,
This could have cleared our problems at once.
I’m sorry for thinking I was too much a load to carry,
For you to give me a life long second chance.