I don’t know why you waited until
Six months before I graduated
To announce that you were leaving
And then used the excuse
That you didn’t want to disrupt things
While we were young
I don’t know why you lied to my face
And told me there was nobody else
When you’d already introduced
Her to your family
Did you think that I wouldn’t find out?
Are you that dumb?
I don’t know why you let her treat you
Like a disposable cash machine
But won’t let me tell you the truth
Just because you don’t like
Hearing about how you can do better
Which one is worse?
I don’t know why you haven’t spoken
To your first born child in six whole months
Because he wasn’t going to
Put up with anything
Less than the father he really deserves.
You know where I am.