ice johnson


Bullet


Bullet to the heart
Bullet to the chest
Since this heartache happened I just couldnt rest

I look out the window
and then it comes to me
That my baby is out there wild and free

Im just thankful the rain didn't come yet
The wind is mild
the sun sets peacefully but my heart is racing
Over the hill but not so far off lies my heart
where could my baby be

The bullet in my heart hasen't been removed
Restless nights are up ahead
Pictures fly through my mind
It's hard to pretend to everyone everythings alright
it isnt....it wont be until he returns

Submitted: Sunday, March 12, 2006

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