Treasure Island

Matt Burgett

(1991)

17843


Who's willing to look into my eyes
And call me there's today
Who wants to hold me when I cry
And say it will be okay

Who wants to help me to my feet
To get me back to living again
Who wants to sit next to me
And be the greatest friend

I want someone who likes to be
Outgoing with makeup and more
I promise that when you're with me
Life wont seem like such a chore

I'm wild and outgoing
And different that much is true
But that shouldn't effect a thing
As long as you are too

I've been single longer than I've ever been
But that was my choice
I needed that time to myself
In order to find my voice

And now that I have found it
I'm on the market once again
So who wants to be with me
And who wants just to be my friend

Submitted: Thursday, December 09, 2010
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