Last night was pretty tragic,
Jesse swore he’d leave me all alone,
Yet he came in through my window,
And took me from my only home.
I shook in fear, was silent,
Only breathing when I could,
But Jesse pushed me in the car,
And I did what anyone would.
I screamed and cried in torment,
As blood gushed down from my nose,
Cause Jesse punched inside my window,
And glass broke, I couldn’t go.
I wished I just ran for it,
Left behind this storming scene,
But Jesse came here on this night,
Because he needed me.
He didn’t want to kill me,
To get back at enemies,
Jesse’s only wish was that,
He did what we’d agreed.
He got into the driver’s seat,
And we drove off somewhere far,
Jesse said I would not make it,
So I sat up in his car.
He looked back at me still,
And asked me for my word,
I looked at him and nodded,
The thought was so absurd.
I stared outside my window,
As Jesse ran us off the street,
I quickly detached my belt,
Before we swerved into the creek.
Jesse turned his head toward me,
My body quickly died,
Last night I didn’t make it,
And even Jessie cried.