My Jaded Man by: Jaay Dee Kayy

I wondered why you were so afraid,

I wondered why you were trying to push me away;

I know you really care,

And you want me to be there;

But for you I pledged myself, and for you I will stand,

It's just that I've never seen such a jaded man;

With a heart of gold as pure as yours,

My love for my king can open many doors;

Or it can break down a wall or two,

Just know that one time, I was jaded too;

So I understand, my jaded man,

Who I love with a passion that runs without end;

My one true love, my dearest friend,

Male form of me, my jaded man.



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