Treasure Island

Bill Simmons


Clear Still Night


On the eve of a clear still night
Emotions they come and I fight
I still see her blue blue eyes
Within the moon, in the night

The memories they come flooding in
I try to fight but the tears begin
Here I am all over again
Missing you, when will it end

When will I go on with my life
When will I forget the color of eyes
When will I no longer feel her inside
When the tears no longer come, within the night

How can what is be undone
How can I stop the hurting that comes
What will I do what will I become
When my missing you, is all that I've done

I see the stars in the sky so high
I see the moon shining so bright
I feel the tears that come to my eyes
Here I am again, another clear still night.

Submitted: Sunday, December 12, 2004
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