Treasure Island

Alexandria Rios

(12/21/95 / Mesa, AZ)

Alone? (a song)


Am I alone?
no one seems to care for me
I am in a crowd
But, I am alone (I'm alone)

Please, I don't want to be alone
Would someone be my friend
I love the world
I hate my life
But, still I am alone
(chours)
Please, would you be my friend
I don't want to be alone the rest of my life
Alone!
Am I alone in this world
Alone!

I am alone everywhere I go
Every one hates me
Would anyone see I have feelings
I act different because I don't want it to show
(chorus)

I am alone! !
What happened to being myself
My feelings get hurt
So at night I cry my self to sleep
I am alone! !
(chorus) x2
(Please, save ne from this misery!)
Please! !

Submitted: Tuesday, June 10, 2008

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