Treasure Island

Tera Siren

(various / a place)

Dont torment me so


Dont torment me so
Here I am and there I go
If you were in your right mind
you'd know why I hate you so

Your voice puts anger in my heart
The words on your breath drives me insaine
The beat of your heart, I want to muffle
And forever be away from the rat tat
of your metal heart

Dont torment me so
Here I am and there I go
If you were in your right mind
you'd know why I hate you so

Your walk makes me frightened
Your arms make me weak
The stomp of your feet make me strong
So I can hate you once more
and not cower on the floor

Dont torment me so
Here I am and there I go
If you were in your right mind
you'd know why I hate you so

Your brain I laugh at
your smile warms me
but your hands hard clap
makes me upset
so I can hate you once more

Dont torment me so
Here I am and there I go
If you were in your right mind
you'd know why I hate you so

Your toung disgusts me
your nose so intriguing
but then it goes up so high
and makes me hate again

Dont torment me so
Here I am and there I go
If you were in your right mind
you'd know why I hate you so

The torment is not your nose
nor your hands
nor your feet
or even you steel heart

But your eyes are what makes me mad
those gistning wonders in your head
What torments me so
with the purity of a thousand children
and the gleam of a million moons

dont torment me so
Here I am
dont let me go
If you were in you right mind
you'd know why I hate you so.

What torments me so
I can never look in your eyes
and never lose my anger
then feel what I thought was once Imposible
Love

By Tera Siren

Submitted: Thursday, April 05, 2007
Edited: Friday, February 11, 2011

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