Tarde (traduzione in Inglese)

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Today I passed by your house and you were there
Yes, you opened up to me, but I didn't recognize you
You already took me out of your life
You practiced that smile
You erased your tattoo, where is it?
Our things, where are they?
You put them in that box that you don't want to mention
I sent you some flowers and I don't see them
I already understood the message and I don't believe it
 
I have to go through the same thing that she went through
Now I'm crying the whole river that she cried
I don't know if it's time or it's already too late
That's the price of being a coward
That I have to look at her with someone and it's not me
I can't forgive that she changed because of me
I don't know if it's time, I'm late
That's the price of being a coward
 
I write to you and you don't answer
You're giving me the same medicine I gave you, yeah
You're having fun
I swore not to hurt you, but I hurt you more
When I left, you didn't leave
"Are you sure?" You told me
I said yes, I didn't learn to live without you
I regretted it later, but you continued
I don't know what else I can do to make you believe
I know you did what I asked you to do
But I wasn't well, I was broken
And you know very well that you can't pay attention to a mad man
 
I have to go through the same thing that she went through
Now I'm crying the whole river that she cried
I don't know if it's time or it's already too late
That's the price of being a coward
That I have to look at her with someone and it's not me
I can't forgive that she changed because of me
I don't know if it's time, I'm late
That's the price of being a coward
 
Grazie!

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Postato da MaryanchyMaryanchy Dom, 26/09/2021 - 09:51
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