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Saturday, July 25th, 2009
9:13 pm
I am the alpha, and the omega
Life is like a series of highways and biways, you choose where you get off, and where you get on. It's random thoughts like this that pop in to my head at the most random times throughout the day. So true though, so true. The book of life has many chapters. Some end with sadness, because that particular chapter may have been one of happiness. Some end with sorrow, because it could mean the loss of a sibling, parent, or loved one. I try to keep the Diary of Ace as happy and positive as possible. A lot has changed in my life since my last live journal entry. I'm sure nobody even reads this thing anymore, but i've felt the need over the past couple days that I almost owe it to the website that was so good to me for 7 solid years to update. It makes me sad that I didn't have one update in 2008, and am just now adding one for 2009 and it's the end of July. you can thank myspace/facebook for that, but be that as it may, I am here now with an update for nobody in particular. I just think I owe it to the site.

Before we get started...i digress. I've had some thoughts along the week that I wanted to share: The only reason I got back on this site was to learn more about my girlfriend Victoria's past. I love history. My brain is full of useless trivia and historical data, about sports, comics, buildings, civilizations, tv shows, etc. I also like the history of people. I love to learn about the stories, tales, and series of events that leads a person to the individual they have become. Whether it's learning about past faults, flaws, insecurities, or successes, I love learning about ones past and finding out what made them who they are. In an attempt to get to learn about her past, it was actually a learning experience for myself. I've skimmed through past entries, and man have I grown and matured. I was insecure, selfish, jealous, a roughean, liberal, my how the times have changed. Now I am a college graduate, a professional, a business owner, bald, a man of the day, and a man of tomorrow. But before we get in to my attributes, lets take you back to where I left off...March 2007.....

I was still in College. I had a lot of fun in college, but my only regret was not coming out of my shell a little more and making more on-campus friends. Other than that, college was great. I was making great $ at Daruma ($150-300/night), but that only lasted so long. I was very burnt out from that place. Restraunt politics are the worst. I was sick of being a servent for customers, i was sick of putting up with uneducated people who were on power trips because they were older than me, but realized I had a brighter future than any of them combined. I was sick of working nights, weekends, hollidays. I quit shortly after joining my internship with the Northwestern Mutual Financial Network. This was in June of '07. After 5 + years at Daruma, I quit. My last customers were Amie and Sean. How fitting!

Lets briefly digress back to Sept'06. I forced myself to go to an internship luncheon at the Lutgert College of Business at FGCU. I almost didnt go, but a voice inside said I should attend. That voice may have been my guardian angel, it may have been god, hell it very well may have been the immortal Hulk Hogan himself. No matter who or what it was, I went and ended up getting a call from NMFN. After a grueling interview process, I was selected to be an intern. It was a top 10 internship in the US. I went from knowing jack about insurance and investing to becoming the top intern in the South Florida Group and being offered a full-time position on April 7, 2008, 4 months after I graduated. Since then I have come full-circle, in my 2nd year as a full-time agent, getting my first professional designation as a Certified Long Term Care agent, and helping lead the intern program as the interm College Unit Director.

Okay, back to 2007 (sorry for the randomosity), I was dating a girl named Danielle. Last time I updated this we were at the VERY start of our relationship, and who knew what the future held? I never initially WANTED to date her, I just thought to myself "eh why not, i have nothing else going on and I like her." People say that everything happens for a reason, and I am so glad this relationship happend. I grew and learned so much from this experience, I truely feel it has helped shape the man that I am in 2009. Danielle was a great person, and there were times in the relationship where I really enjoyed her company in my life, but when it's not meant to be, it's not meant to be. And that is no reflection on her, or me, that's just what lied in the cards for us. We broke up 3-5 times, i don't even remember anymore. I kept getting back with her, or putted off breaking up with her, because my family grew attached to her and her son, and I was atatched to her son. That was one of the hardest things i've ever had to do in my life. It was very challenging dating a girl with a child. I told myself i would never do that, but in 2006/7 I was at a place in life where I was throwing out the rule book, and living for the moment, and after 4 months of debate it finally felt right. But when it didn't work out it had an emotional impact on me, the child, and my family. I'll never do that again as long as I live. But i learned a lot of great things from that relationship. I learned patience, i learned calmness, i learned what it was like to be selfish - and to not be selfish - and I learned that no matter how great like, or love, or a desire to want to keep something together, if it's not meant to be, it wont work or happen. I think god tried to tell me 3 key times she was a great person, just not the person for me, and i didn't listen. That's when fights about money, or jealousy, or anything like that start coming in to play. I know that most of my friends are not in to spirituality, or god, or jesus, or ala, or buddah, or whatever god may be in their world, but I am spiritual. I consider myself a new-age catholic. I dont attend church, but often times communicate with god, and feel that there is a side to me that is very spiritual, and in-sync with karma, and fate, and the sensations of the universe. I learned how to be a better person, and most importantly of all I learned how to appreciate greatness when it's in front of you with my new girlfriend...whom i'll get to shortly.

So I was single once and for all in late January of 2009. I spent the next 6 months doing research and changing. Not changing in a bad way. Maybe changing isn't the appropriate word. Perhaps evolving is the better adjective. I started with my appearance.

Back in mid-2008 I saw a collegue from my Fort Myers office who had lost about 75 pounds. I asked him how he did it, he said a clinic called Medi weight loss. Low carb, low calorie, high protein. You took vitamins, fat burners, and appetite supressants, and the weight just fell off of you. I was finally financially able to afford the program shortly after Halloween. The day before I started I had a "last supper" with Elliot at Daruma, followed by ice cream. It was great. On November 4, 2008 I weighed 225 pounds. Keep in mind i'm 23 years old at the time, and 5'7". The first week of the diet, the "clensing phase" was THE WORST WEEK OF MY LIFE. I felt bad because I was hangry all the time. I went from consuming probably 3-4000 calories/day to consuming 500. All lean-proteins, no carb. I had no energy. Couldn't work out. I was leaving work at 3:00 because I was so tired and crashing. Then I went to 750 calories and added fruits/veggies in to my diet. The weight fell off me. I think I lost 30lbs the first month of the program. I didn't start working out until right before christmas. At that point I was at 1000 calories/day and started doing cardio. Long story short I ended up hitting my long term goal in early April, and that was 170 lbs. Since then I have incorporated weight lifting in to my work out regimine, and got off the no-carb diet, and now maintain 185. I still want to get down to 165lbs by New Years.

Also, in February I was talking to my tech coach at work who is in to triathlons and he got me in to them. Now i'm going to participate in my first one tomorrow!! I'm excited and nervous at the same time. My girlfriend is coming to support me which is so sweet! But i'm also nervous because I cant finish in last place with her watching, y'know? So i'll have to have a solid performance.

Speaking of girlfriend, I have been dating Victoria Coppard since June 11, 2009. I met Victoria on August 13, 2008 at Ducey's birthday party. I think the only thing I said to her was "hey girl, you are the photographer for the night so take lots of pictures." I then saw her a few days later at bowling, Halloween & new years at Yabba, and that was pretty much it. Oh and Kristina's birthday party, how could I forget. This was the night I first REALLY noticed her beauty and grace. I know what you're thinking...."But Jesse...you were dating someone else?!?!?" I know. And I felt bad. And it was wrong. But, by that point, I saw the writing on the wall and realized my future lied elsewhere. I even told Emon on New Years how cute I thought that Victoria girl was. I was taking Dale Carnegie training (which Vaughn from work put me through in order to get out of my shell, improve my public speaking, and learn how to make friends and influence people), and it encouraged us to get out of our box and meet new people. I thought - as a newly single, skinny, sexy individual, that it was a great chance to get to know her. Our first outting was...uncomfortable to say the least. It felt like an interview process at Barnes & Noble. She is really shy, and internal, except for when it comes to dancing in public lol. So it really just felt like an interview. I tried to hang out with her a few other times, and we did in a group atmosphere. Upon Brett's encouragement I started going on AIM and talking to her, and I worked up the confidence to ask her on a formal date. The rest is history. She couldn't resist my will, persistance, good nature, and charm. I can honestly say that personally, it has been some of the greatest 2 months ever just spending time and getting to know her. I can't get enough and don't picture getting sick of her. We click on so many levels and it's just awesome to be with someone that is happy, positive, and appreciates/reciprocates. Going from the relationship I was in on & off for 2+ years to her, was like going from a black & white tv to an HD flat screen in color. It's just so eye opening and refreshing! Sometimes you forget what it's like to be happy, or you just get used to bad things happening to you that you honestly lose the will to persue it, or the thought of having it was crushed long ago. but she was renewed that feeling within me, and I look forward to an amazing future with her, whatever that may be.

I think that about does it. It's hard to sum up 2+ years in one entry, but noone will read this anyway. I hope to update this forum more, especially because I can talk about certain things and not have to worry about facebook world viewing it. OH! I'm also an uncle and brother in law now! Jenn finally got married, woot!

Alright.......i'll use an old school live journal reference to close this..


Current Mood: content
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Tuesday, March 27th, 2007
12:58 am
long time no talk
I can't believe its been almost 2 months since I've updated in this thing. Lately i've just had no urge to write.
Unfortunately, much to my sadness, wickett had to be put to sleep. My family was very sad by this, he was 1 of the family, but unfortunately it had to be done. With he & sweety passing, the house is kind of quite. We still have Dakota, but I think she gets lonely sometimes.
I'll be graduating in December and moving on in life, I can not wait.
I have a new girlfriend....surprise surprise. Things sort of work out in mysterious ways.....I was supposed to go to Ali Walkers wedding with Emon as my date so we could pick up chicks...he couldn't make it, so she set me up with her cousin, whom I've known of since 6th grade, and have seen out at sanibel and downtown every so often, and talked to on myspace occassionally, but wasn't that great of friends. Who'd have known one wedding date, 3 & 1/2 months, and several drinks and fun times later, i'd be dating a girl I've known in some form for over 10 - 11 years. It's just funny, proof is in the pudding. Just goes to show that you can't predict life. Sometimes the person that's right under your nose the whole time is the person that cares most for you, or is best for you, or your meant to be with. I wanted absolutely nothing to do with a girlfriend...then...i dunno. I suppose it's evolution. All the things I thought i'd hate, i actually enjoy...somewhat miss. Without getting in to graphic and sappy detail. I know this relationship should be strong and a lot of fun, i'm looking forward to seeing where this progresses.
I dunno, but she's nice, cute, and makes me happy.
I'm happy with how things have turned out.
I'm also happy that on April 4 it's bye bye Nextel. I'm on t-mobile now. I'll be keeping the same #....holla at me on my blackberry...i love that fucking thing.
I don't really know who even reads this thing anymore...with myspace blogs and Facebook notes. Maybe just Lyla and Erin. Who knows. Oh well. Perhaps its better this way.
WrestleMania is in 5 days.
I'm off this whole weekend!! Beach time!!
And i'm off Easter Sunday...woo!
that's all for now...peace out

Current Mood: tired
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Friday, February 2nd, 2007
2:51 am
I've always loved the song "america the beautiful" i like it better than our National anthem. I think that America the beautiful should be our true national anthem in the US of A. One day....when I am president....I will make this an official move.

Kona Grill by the mall is a good place, not to mention really cheap....and our waitress was sexy....very niiiice
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Sunday, December 24th, 2006
2:03 pm
D-Xmas eve..............happy bday kristinaaaaaa
The saying goes "misery loves company." Unfortunately, some people are so miserable in life that their only satisfaction is to try and bring others down along with them. Whether it be friends, strangers, w/e. Whatever goes up, must eventually come down. And while some have ridden on their high horse for quite some time, eventually life has a way of humbling each and every one of us. Eventually a thing called karma catches up to us all. Timberland said it best, "what goes around comes back around." People that live their lives treating everybody like complete shit, will eventually pay the piper. A lifetime of bad never results in good. And 21 year olds that try to show off for their buddies of the opposite sex is just completely rediculous & absurd at this phase of life. But I suppose I too would be miserable if I were completely alone, had no direction or purpose in life, no compassion for anything, and viewed at as just a lust object as oppossed to somebody that can be loved or liked.
So this goes to that soul-less, miserable, miserable excuse for a lady out there.... i have but these last words to say to you, fuck you............and merry christmas.

Current Mood: chipper
Monday, December 18th, 2006
1:19 am
An End to Evil?
Resident Evil: Extinction the last in the movie series?
by IGN Staff

December 15, 2006 - While rumors of a fourth installment in the videogame-based series persist, a new official synopsis released today by Sony matter-of-factly states that the third movie in the franchise, Resident Evil: Extinction, will be the last.

The studio refers to the flick as "the third and final installment" of Resident Evil, and goes on to give a breakdown of Extinction's action:

Alice (Milla Jovovich), now in hiding in the Nevada desert, once again joins forces with Carlos Olivera (Oded Fehr) and L.J. (Mike Epps), along with new survivors Claire (Ali Larter), K-Mart (Spencer Locke) and Nurse Betty (Ashanti) to try to eliminate the deadly virus that threatens to make every human being undead... and to seek justice. Since being captured by the Umbrella Corporation, Alice has been subjected to biogenic experimentation and becomes genetically altered, with super-human strengths, senses and dexterity. These skills, and more, will be needed if anyone is to remain alive.

The flick also stars Iain Glen, Chris Egan and Jason O'Mara. Russell Mulcahy directed from a script written by franchise producer Paul W.S. Anderson.

Resident Evil: Extinction hits theaters on September 21, 2007.
Thursday, December 14th, 2006
12:36 am
I've been daydreaming a lot lately.....that's not a bad thing, that's a good thing. Earlier in the year, more notable when I chilled with Dina, and then later Beatriz on a regular basis, I seemed at my most innovative & immaginitive. I liked the creativity. These past couple months I really haven't felt that at all, but today I was in traffic, and realized that its come back to me....and I like it. i like it a lot.

i'm addicted to Zelda

Current Mood: tired
Monday, December 11th, 2006
10:51 am
random thoughts
DaRuMa christmas party is tonight! If I don't live to see tomorrow, you'll know why.
Last night CBS 60 minutes ran a piece on Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA, which included mainly Pat Miletch, Carelson Gracie, and the UFC as a whole(including my favorite, Matt Hughes). I thought the piece would bad mouth MMA, because i remember back a few years ago when wrestling was really popular(WWF, WCW), all the news shows would just bash wrestling for its violence, being fake, sex, gang-warefare. Those pieces were just terribly done. But this piece was done quite well. It put to rest the questions raised by the normal person that has no idea about the sport. It is in no way excessively violent...yes there are knockouts, broken bones, and submissions, but for anybody that actually takes the time to watch the sport, there have been no deaths, no permanent paralyses, and refs(atleast in the UFC) generally stop the fights in a timely manner, so that permanent injury is avoided. UFC has a flawless track record, is very safe, and compared to boxing is very safe. In boxing 12 - 16oz glooves are used, meaning your head can go 12 - 15 rounds, taking shots constantly with a heavier gloove...meaning you can last longer, but are subject to further abuse, and permanent injury(Muhammed Ali). UFC uses 4 & 1/2 oz glooves, meaning if a good enough shot is delivered - you're done. You wont go on longer than you physically should, and you will live to fight another day. Anyway, long story short, the piece was excellently done. Kudos to CBS for actually doing some research and presenting both sides of the fence as to the world of MMA.
No Doubt Georges "Rush" St. Pierre will make for a good Welterweight Champion, but I look forward to the day where Matt Hughes regains his crown.
***CLassic JBL Moment*** i loved when he was in his original hunt for the WWE Title against Eddie Guerrero, and did the piece where he went to the US/Mexican border and literally booted the illegals in the ass, back to their side of the border. CLASSIC!
My Boston trip over summer was so much fun, i wanna go back.
Christmas party at my place on the 24th bitches, don't forget. 11pm-ish.
Some people can be so 1-track minded...and contrary to popular belief, i'm not 1 of them.
Zelda is so much fucking fun! i love my wii

anyway that's all
Saturday, December 2nd, 2006
11:38 am
I'm watching 6 Feet Under right now on the Bravo channel....first time i've watched it in years. I forgot how much i truley enjoy this show, and how good it is. I hear they have a box set of the series on dvd? Would make a great x-mas gift from somebody.....
Sunday, November 19th, 2006
11:58 pm
LA Timez can BLOW ME
Headline...."St. Pierre takes out the aging Hughes"......
Hey LA Times...go fuck yourself. The aging Hughes? The man is THE MOST DOMINANT fighter in Welterweight....maybe MMA history....he loses 2 fights in the past 5 years, 1 to BJ Penn, one to St. Pierre(last night), and all of a sudden he's "aging" and "over the hill"? Go fuck yourself. I bet some no name hack of a writer wrote the article, some johnny-come-lately who has no clue about the UFC, its history, or its fighters. Matt Hughes has beaten any - and all comers - including GSP himself. He's in his early 30's, and all of a sudden he's ageing? This pisses me off. The LA times can go fuck themselves. Matt Hughes is the best....he has lost his title before, and he climbed back to the top of the mountain. I GUARANTEE that by summers end, Hughes will climb back to the top of the mountain, and re-claim what is rightfully his, the Welterweight title. Seeing a man wear your belt is almost worse than seeing a man with your woman. Hughes is down, but not out. I'm taking nothing away from Georges St. Pierre. He is an amazing fighter...one of Canada's best....hell, one of the world's best. If any man deserves to de-throne Hughes, it's St. Pierre. GSP is the present, and future of the sport. To be the man, you have to beat the man, and GSP whooped Hughes' ass. But a true champion over comes adversity in defeat, and reclaims what is rightfully his. Time will tell if Hughes can make histor, and capture the title for a THIRD time(which would be a UFC record for any weight division). GSP beat the man, so now he is the man, but it wont last long. Enjoy it while it lasts Frenchy, cuz a country boy can survive.
The hair is getting trimmed tomorrow....not back to old-school ace, but quite a bit.
that is all
Thursday, November 16th, 2006
8:53 pm
The end to Tuesday nights nip/tuck was completely heart-wrenching. But it's so true.....

so true
Tuesday, November 14th, 2006
3:11 am
If i get the internship job with Northwestern i think i'll have to cut my hair :*(**
or at least give it quite a trim
damn corporate world..
Monday, November 13th, 2006
3:47 am
1 year later.....
and we still miss u in the wrestling community Eddie Guerrero. You were one of the best. I'm surprised with all the money WWE has made off his name & legacy, they haven't made a big deal about the 1 year anniversary. I guess we'll have to see RAW and see if they do a tribute of some sort...i hope they do....
i'll be wearing my EG armband to internship & work today
Sunday, November 12th, 2006
3:05 am
I didn't know that Kazakhstan was a real nation....
source: wikipedia from Borat the movie(saw it again!!)

Kazakhstan, is a country that stretches over a vast expanse of northern and central Eurasia. A small portion of its territory west of the Ural River is located in eastern-most Europe. It has borders with Russia, the People's Republic of China, and the Central Asian countries Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, and has a coastline on the Caspian Sea. Kazakhstan was a republic of the former Soviet Union and is now a member of the Commonwealth of Independent States.

It is the ninth-largest country in the world by area, but it is only 62nd country in population, with approximately 6 persons per km² (15 per sq. mi.). Population in 2006 is estimated at 15,300,000, down from 16,464,464 in 1989 [1] due to the emigration of ethnic Russians and Volga Germans. Much of the country's land consists of semi-desert (steppe) terrain.
Saturday, November 11th, 2006
1:49 pm
muay thai
When UFC 64 aired in October, I actually missed it because I went to Busch Gardens with Krissie. It was the first UFC i'd missed since I got back in to it in early 2005 for Chuck Liddel vs Randy Couture 2. The card sounded decent, Sean Sherk vs K-Flo for the Lightweight Title, and Rich Franklin vs Anderson Silva for the Middleweight Title. Some reason I knew this was the demise of Rich. He was banged up, sore this, torn that, he basically has a hardware store in his surgically repaired hand(from a fight in march with Canadian sensation David Louaseu). Anderson is the new kid on the block, but it definately wasn't his first rodeo. He's known through the world, Brazil, Japan, England, and now in the States. Rich was 22-1, virtually unstopable, dubbed by the UFC as the first of a wave of new generation of true MMA fighters - not specialized in 1 specific field of martial arts, but an "Ace" in every single field, just as equally. While Anderson - being Brazilian - is well schooled in BJJ, but also striking, and MUAY THAI. I just downloaded the fight today on Ares, nearly a month later. The fight lasted 3 minutes, with Anderson utilizing his excellent muay thai skills to capture the Middleweight Title. From the muay thai clinch, he utilized knees to the hips, ribs, and chin to win the fight. A lot of people have no idea what Muay thai is, or why I do muay thai(not so much as of now due to my insanely busy schedule). If you downloan this fight(its only 3 minutes, i recommend watching it) you'll see why Muay Thai is one of the best fighting styles in the world. It teaches you how to utilize your shins, knees, and elbows in ways that the common folk - esp the common folk looking for a fight - have no idea how to comprehend. Watch this fight and you'll see how something so simple, like a clinch followed by knees to the body, can be so god-damned effective.

Tonight is the finale to the Ultimate Fighter 4 : The Comeback.....and next Saturday is UFC 65 - Matt Hughes vs George St. Pierre II. CAN'T FUCKING WAIT!!

Current Mood: chipper
Wednesday, November 8th, 2006
12:06 am
to last nights entry. no girlfriend needed....just the result of a REALLY fun night last night.
that is all
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Tuesday, November 7th, 2006
4:55 am
i think......
i think i want a girlfriend. i know as soon as i get 1 i prob wont want 1....but as of this second i think i want 1. hmm.
horray for drunken nights with friends at larrys
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Sunday, November 5th, 2006
2:52 pm
going to smackdownnnnnnnnnn & ECW on Jan 2 with the hitman!!
cant wait
Saturday, November 4th, 2006
3:16 am
livin out of a bad
I'm soooo sick and tired of living life out of a backpack, duffelbag, handbag, workout bag. It really sucks when you wake up and have to prepare food, numerous sets of clothing for the whole day, text books, living life out of backpacks, bags, and then unpacking the shit. Every single day. It really pisses me off!

Nip.tuck was good this week.....Julia is fucked up but i'm starting to see the connection that her son is handicap, and is fucked up, but she loves him, and she sees that Marlow is also handicapped, and fucked up, and I guess she's seeing the two innocents as one in the same. I hate how they make it seem like Sean is such a bad guy because he wants his son to be normal. Or he's putting his son through unneccisary pain.....does circumcision hurt as a child? Fuckin right it does, but it's for our own good. Better to have a hand-correction surgery on an infant then when they are older, and actually know what's going on, and can bitch about pain, or get addicted to pain killers, etc. Sean is a good guy trapped in a bad situation.

Have a possible internship coming up that sounds like a great opportunity if it is to happen.

I hate....no no...i loathe Basic Concepts in Accounting II class. LOATHE!

If i've changed ,it's for the better. deal with it.

People asking why I'm in a bad mood, puts me in a bad mood. I'm not perfect, i'm human, i'm not always happy, deal with it.

this girl at my work has the coolest hair, it's so bright. very nice.

dad finally got a new car, woohoo

im sick of people i don't know, people i dont want to know, or people i do know getting access to my myspace shit, so i just made it private.

tired, bed

Current Mood: tired
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Tuesday, October 31st, 2006
1:06 am
This goes out to you.....
Circuit city cashier girl with the rotund behind. Thanks for your assistance, being so nice, giving me a $10 gift card, and those bomb-ass free star wars posters!!!

i'm never shopping @ best buy again(sorry brett)
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Monday, October 30th, 2006
2:41 am
why is nickelback the shit????
"Far Away"

This time, This place
Misused, Mistakes
Too long, Too late
Who was I to make you wait
Just one chance
Just one breath
Just in case there's just one left
'Cause you know,
you know, you know

That I love you
I have loved you all along
And I miss you
Been far away for far too long
I keep dreaming you'll be with me
and you'll never go
Stop breathing if
I don't see you anymore

On my knees, I'll ask
Last chance for one last dance
'Cause with you, I'd withstand
All of hell to hold your hand
I'd give it all
I'd give for us
Give anything but I won't give up
'Cause you know,
you know, you know


So far away
Been far away for far too long
So far away
Been far away for far too long
But you know, you know, you know

I wanted
I wanted you to stay
'Cause I needed
I need to hear you say
That I love you
I have loved you all along
And I forgive you
For being away for far too long
So keep breathing
'Cause I'm not leaving you anymore
Believe it
Hold on to me and, never let me go
Keep breathing
'Cause I'm not leaving you anymore
Believe it
Hold on to me and, never let me go
Keep breathing
Hold on to me and, never let me go
Keep breathing
Hold on to me and, never let me go
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