Lim Young Min (AB6IX) – BREAK UP (좋게 끝내)

A good break-up
There’s no such thing, that’s just hypocrisy
The word itself, break-up
It’s not good at all
What should I do? Teach me
Will you teach me? Tell me
Should I just smile? How?
Tell me, what do I do?
Just saying it is not enough

Let’s end this well
You said
But what do you mean, end?
The word itself, end
Is not good at all
What can I do for you? How can I smile?
Tell me
Break up is break up is break up
Just break up is break up is break up
The end is just the end
Don’t sugar coat it

How can we have a good break-up?
I’ve never even thought about the end
But already, this pain exists in me
The blooming flower petals are falling into an extinguishing fire
As if to comfort me but to burn me up at the same time
Good night, instead of those words you said each night
Good bye, you’re saying goodbye tonight
Your sugar coated words
Even your tears are a contradiction
It’s only me who has to deal with this sadness today

Let’s end this well
You said
But what do you mean, end?
The word itself, end
Is not good at all
What can I do for you? How can I smile?
Tell me
Break up is break up is break up
Just break up is break up is break up
The end is just the end
Don’t sugar coat it

You think you’re the only one in pain
That everything happened because of the situation

You think you tried your best
This break-up is it’s own fault
I’m busy being in pain
Don’t force me to smile
All the times I loved you
That’s not even all of the weight of my burden
I’m sure you’ll get over me
But me..

Let’s end this well
You said
But what do you mean, end?
The word itself, end
Is not good at all
What can I do for you? How can I smile?
Tell me
Break up is break up is break up
Just break up is break up is break up
The end is just the end
Don’t sugar coat it

Let’s end this well
You said
But what do you mean, end?
The word itself, end
Is not good at all
What can I do for you? How can I smile?
Tell me
Break up is break up is break up
Just break up is break up is break up
The end is just the end
Don’t sugar coat it

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