Treasure Island

Louise Wilkinson


Confused


You know how it is, when someone says something you don't understand?
Confused
You know how it is, when someone gives you a look you don't understand?
Confused
You know how it is, when you get really hard decisions you don't understand?
Confused
You know how it is, when something happens, an you don't understand?
Confused

You know how it is, when you say that, yet I dont understand?
Confused
You know how it is, when you overeact, yet I dont understand?
Confused
You know how it is, when you send mixed signals, that I don't understand?
Confused
You know how it is, when you give me that look, that I don't understand?
Confused

All im asking, is that you're clearer in future, so im not so
Confused.

Submitted: Sunday, July 02, 2006
Edited: Thursday, August 12, 2010

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