nighttime daydreamer

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autopilot mode pt.2 (Love)


I wanna fly away with you
autopilot mode pt.2
when our love
is all but done
different from
autopilot one
the kind of love
that skims the surface
all rushing fast
to serve a purpose
I remember when
we were fresh
replay the days
when we first met
painful knowing
its come and gone
terror nights as
I move on
knowing years
may be between
I find another
beauty queen
yes you were the
air inhaled
the very essence
of love I smelled
wanna go away together
where nothing mattered
but each other
spread your wings
and fly to find
a place for you
to free your mind
its only fair
as I once did
your gone past me
I love you kid
better heed to
my here words
things come once
keep steady course
and when trouble
starts to brew
set autopilot
mode pt.2
and coast this plane
to better days
fly far from me
to make your way
some things best said
when we are quiet
our love lives on
in autopilot

Submitted: Thursday, July 29, 2010

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