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A Fine Frenzy


Your fingertips across my skin
the palm trees swaying in the wind
images...

well i never wanna see you unhappy
i thought you want the same for me

goodbye my almost lover
goodbye my hopeless dream
im tryin not to think about you
cant you jus let me be

so long my luckless romance
my back is turned on you

shouldve known you'd bring me heartache
almost lovers always do....

we walked along a crowded street
you took my hand and danced with me
images............

and when you left you kissed my lips
you told me you would never never forget these images.....

no......

i never wanna see you unhappy
i'd thought you want the same 4 me...

goodbye my almost lover
goodbye my hopeless dream
im tryin not to think about you
cant you jus let me be

so long my luckless romance
my back is turned on you

should've known you'd bring me heartache
almost lovers always do.......

Submitted: Tuesday, January 12, 2010

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