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maria sudibyo

(280883 / parist van java)

ACT: Star Crossed Lover

Girl: Some call it destiny
Guy: Some call it treachery
Girl and Guy:  
But we do plan not
To fall in love

Maybe we should not meet
Maybe we should not be born at all
Maybe we should not be interested
Maybe we should not give a chance

Girl:  Some say it is beautiful
Guy:  Some say it is madness
Girl and Guy:
But we do listen not
We are suddenly in love

And forget our father sentiment
And forget our own predicament
And forget the war notion
And forget the true intention

Girl:  Some think it is romantic
Guy:  Some think it is impossible
Girl and Guy:  
But we do notice not
We too engulfed in love

Maybe we should separate this way
Maybe we should follow this long standing feud
Maybe we should marry our arrangement fiancé
Maybe we should live in blissful oblivion

Girl:  Some feel it is courage
Guy:  Some feel  it is suicide
Girl and Guy:  
But we do care not
We are deep in love

They doom it as a failure
They reason it a momentary desire
They curse  it a nuisance feeling
They fear it is a threat to all plan

Girl:  Some argue it is nature
Guy:  Some argue it is forbidden
Girl and Guy:  
But we do trouble not
We are together in love

Maybe we should be blind
Maybe we should not be kind
Maybe we should let it fly
Maybe we should not question why

Girl:  Some find it understandable
Guy:  Some find it irresponsible
Girl and Guy:  
But we do know not
We are full in love

Believe in our dream
Believe in our hope
Believe in our vow
Believe in our future

Submitted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, April 24, 2013

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