jordan lambert


Curious to Know


Every time i'm with you time fly's
but there's times where you say goodbye
this word i hate to hear
but that's o.k my leave is near
i cant help but to notice
every time you say this
you say it with such greatness
you smile, eyes twinkle and tell me i'm the best
but i cant overcome this feeling that fills me from my toe's to my head
a feeling that puts my love to a test
iv'e always wanted to ask why
but i'm way to shy
but hey i'll give it a try...
Hun, when you say goodbye...
why do you have such twinkles in your eye's?
am i wasting your time?
are you asking me to re-locate, so you can have a vaca?
i'm sorry if i'm always there all the time
i just always want to be by your side
but i'll abide and say goodbye
as i'm gone i tell myself all the things you say
just waiting to come back thee day you say
i feel as if your care disappears
when i'm not near
and remember ill always love you
but please tell me what's fake and what's real.

Submitted: Friday, June 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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