He couldn't say those three little words to her. He didn't know why he couldn't; he just couldn't tell her he loved her. It was too hard to deal with. He's heard it so much, it was all over the place in his mind, everywhere he looked or everything that he seemed to read; those three little words were always there, reminding him that he wasn't strong enough to say to her.

In a book- in a box- in the closet
In a line- in a song I once heard
In a moment on a front porch late one June
In a breath inside a whisper beneath the moon

He had it all, especially with her. She was perfect, she made him what he was today but he just couldn't tell he loved her. He did love her; he just had a problem with saying it out loud. He ruined his chance with her, he couldn't be with her anymore; he let her walk out of his life just as easy as she had walked in.

There it was at the tip of my fingers
There it was on the tip of my tounge
There you were and I had never been that far
There it was the whole world wrapped inside my arms
And I let it all slip away

He didn't know what to do without her. She was with him for so long that it seemed that she wouldn't ever leave him. He had nobody else to lean back on and he knew he blew every chance he had with her. He knew that she wouldn't ever come back to him. After she knew he would never say those three little words to her; she packed up her things and left. Now their house is silent and he couldn't bear it.

What do I do now that you're gone
No back up plan no second chance
And no one else to blame
All I can hear in the silence that remains
Are the words I couldn't say

Everyday seemed as it was a rainy day. Even when it did rain, it always reminded him of her. She would make him go outside with her to play and dance in the rain. He couldn't break down that wall to get past all of the memories that he had for her. He wanted to say those words but it was as if every time he tried something stopped him. It wasn't easy holding back what he wanted her to know but it was also easier to not even try to get the words to come out and now it's too late for him to tell her.

There's a rain that will never stop falling
There a wall that I tried to take down
What I should have said just wouldn't pass my lips
So I held back and now we've come to this
And it too late now

He wanted her back with all his heart but she was gone forever to find the man that he couldn't be for her. He wanted to be all her could for her but those words messed him up.

What do I do now that your gone
No back up plan no second chance
And no one else to blame
All I can hear in the silence that remains
Are the words I couldn't say

He remembers the day that she left. Both of them were crying as if they had both decided to end it but he knew that she couldn't stay with him because he wasn't man enough to tell her she loved him. He pleaded with her for almost two hours, begging her to stay that he would work on saying those words. She knew that he would never say those words to her, so in the end she left and he had to let her; there wasn't anything left for him to say to get her to stay.

What do I do now that your gone
No back up plan no second chance
And no one else to blame
All I can hear in the silence that remains
Are the words I couldn't say

Now Randy Orton was a ruined man. Working through his days as if there wasn't a thing wrong with his life but he knew that without Allyson Johnson, The Rock's baby sister, he couldn't date another woman unless it was her but he knew that was useless and that she wasn't coming back to him all because of the words he couldn't say.