Treasure Island

Bradley Lester

(18-07-1966 / Western Cape, Cape Town)

Baby, please don't feel lonely


Please tell me you're not lonely
It hurts to see you so
Please tell me baby you're ok
I care for you you know

I wish I could be with you now
Just hanging out as such
Walking, talking, laughing fun
I'd want this oh so much

To take away your loneliness
Is what I want to do
But distance is against me
You know that this is true

It angers me to see you so
You shouldn't feel this way
Oh baby girl please dont be sad
I'll brighten up your day

I promise you I'll do my best
To help you day by day
It may not be enough for you
At least I'll by you stay

I would not leave you lonely
or walk away for good
I'd always be right here for you
The way it ought it should

Cos loneliness is not for you
You need to not feel so
Oh baby please just hang in there
Your loneliness will go

I care for you but damn I'm far
To take away your blue
I wish there was no distance
So I could be with you

To be with you would just be great
We'd hang out and have fun
I'd take away your loneliness
This dream I have is none

Submitted: Monday, May 25, 2009

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