Treasure Island

Ade Renny Dwi Damayanti


Burn


Got myself into some gloomy pictures of tonight

Sad moon, dim starlights

Cold wind blows

I’m just feeling blue



I’ve seen your face

My voice got weary

This distance between me and you

Crumbling untouchable



I must be strong in what i do

There’s nothing else i know how to do

Understanding, tenderness

Just gone swallowing pride



Don’t hang up..again

I’m missing you



Loneliness killing me

You might not feel that way

Explanation hard to do

Comprehension doors just closed



I burn myself

To pleased you

Took my trouble to the hum eve

What else i could do?

Losing dignity

The price has to pay

Only to be with you

I let myself drowned



Burn for you

I’m missing you..and

There’s nothing new

Burn...

Submitted: Wednesday, November 06, 2013

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