Savannah Allison

(August 21 1990)

Bear with Me


Ill be laughing one moment,
and sobbing a moment later,
you'll love me one second,
and the next you'll say, 'I hate her.'

You wont always understand me,
and the odd things i say,
while i like the night,
other girls favor the day.

I know sometimes i get serious,
when you just wanna smile,
when you could only walk to feet,
id ask you to walk a mile.

when you'd want to stay home,
id want to go out,
when you want to be quiet,
id just wanna shout.

I nag at you all the time,
i wont deny it, i know its true,
i just hope you know,
that its because i worry about you.

Please just bear with me,
and overlook the things that bother you,
i have more good traits,
and the bad ones are few.

Ill do my best to make you happy,
and to feel like with me, you can win,
Just open up your heart to me,
and i promise ill come in.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 10, 2007
Edited: Saturday, February 12, 2011
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