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Thoithoi Tongbram


A Millionaire's First Love


Yes, I am a millionaire.
Yes, I do anything, I dare.
I fight, I drink, I drive
No one stands in my way, I bribe.
This was me and I let it be.

Until I met you,
Until I started to like you
And when I got to know you
My life started to change
Reminded me of a long forgotten past
And a promise of '10 nights'
Who would have seen this coming.
Who would have wished for a second coming.
But I came back too late.
I broke ur heart.
Our fate had it hard.

I can't tell you 'I like you',
For I fear you might just go away
For it hurts to see you writhe in pain.


I may not be what I am outside.
I may not be able to do anything besides
Creating trouble, being useless aside.
And all this time I might be silently crying,
For you to make your time worth living
For you to make your life a moment longer
For you to keep smiling forever.

You are someone who's charmed me, my love.
For you I'd kneel low.
And just so u know,
You are a millionaire's first love.

(11/2/2012)

Submitted: Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Topic(s): Love


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Based on the movie 'A Millionaire's First Love'

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